Sanders will appear at the Fine Arts Center at 1 p.m. and plans to address a variety of topics at his “Future to Believe In” rally.
Pappas argues that even if Bernie Sanders won the Democratic nomination, he poses no threat to his Republican counterparts.
Roughly 1,600 people have said they plan to attend the event, which will feature student, faculty and guest speakers, according to its Facebook page.
Former combatants aim to highlight their desire for a nonviolent end to the Israeli occupation of Palestine.
At last week’s hearing, residents and employees from the region expressed mixed feelings about the cable provider’s customer service.
Volunteers set up a table supporting the presidential candidate and pass out merchandise each Saturday.
Katrina Kervin separates fact from fiction in the Planned Parenthood funding debate.
Four Select Board members voted to instate David Ziomek as interim town manager following the death of John Musante.
The event, part of an annual lecture series, is scheduled for 5p.m. in the Fine Arts Center Concert Hall.
Student response to the document seemed cautiously positive Monday.
Informational meeting tells prospective candidates about the student government and deadlines for the upcoming elections.
The state legislature is expected to act in a supplemental budget bill next month.
The bill now awaits approval from both chambers and Governor Charlie Baker.
The 5-4 opinion, written by Justice Anthony M. Kennedy, will stand as a landmark in civil rights law and culminates a two-decade struggle for gays and lesbians to win marriage equality under the Constitution.
Isaac Simon analyzes reports of the percentage of people who own guns and where these people live.
Participants were involved in a variety of protests and lectures to address issues of racism and oppression.
Multiple campus organizations join national coalition to lobby against proposed cuts to federal financial aid funding.
McGovern addressed the citizens’ need to take an active role in government to reverse the trend of extremism.
The civil rights activist delivered her lecture, “Sustaining Social Justice Movements and Intersectional Struggles” Monday night.
Suzanne Mettler shared her research on higher education funding and socioeconomic inequality Thursday.