Complaints against Boston police pile up

Some offi­cers work in areas where they’re going to gen­erate more com­plaints than others,” said Jack McDe­vitt, director of North­eastern University’s Insti­tute on Race and Jus­tice, noting that most officers […]

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The looming battle for clean data

With the sci­ence increas­ingly cer­tain and envi­ron­mental rules tight­ening, the 21st-​​​​century con­test for a better envi­ron­ment and a stable cli­mate is shaping up to be a battle over clean data. The wider […]

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Northeastern to open new center for student veterans

North­eastern Uni­ver­sity on Wednesday will launch its Center for Advance­ment of Vet­erans and Ser­vice­mem­bers, a facility that will allow stu­dent vet­erans to “ben­efit from the university’s expe­ri­en­tial learning infra­struc­ture through […]

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Group pitches in at Big in Boston

North­eastern Uni­ver­sity a cap­pella group Pitch, Please! enter­tained guests at the annual Big in Boston gala for the Big Sister Asso­ci­a­tion of Greater Boston. WBZ’s Lisa Hughes emceed the benefit […]

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Job training system in Mass. falls short, study says

The report, which exam­ined US Census data, Labor Depart­ment employ­ment pro­jec­tions, and enroll­ments at the state’s voca­tional schools, was com­mis­sioned by the Mass­a­chu­setts School Building Authority, a quasi-​​​​public agency that […]

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Northeastern plans satellite campus in Toronto

North­eastern Uni­ver­sity plans to open a satel­lite campus in Toronto next year, in what will be the school’s first inter­na­tional out­post and fourth branch out­side its Boston hub. This ini­tia­tive, three […]

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