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teaching a class at Harvard
Well, to be more accurate, this is about my experience of being a guest speaker for about half of a 3 hour class at the Harvard Graduate School of Education on April 16. As a side note, Wendy Kopp, who founded Teach for America, was the speaker in another class the previous day.
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Thu Apr 17, 2014
Syracuse football recruiting: Tyrone Perkins, first commit in 2015, says he can make a big contribution
Tyrone Perkins is the recruit nobody knows much about. At the time he committed to Syracuse on Wednesday night, none of the major recruiting services had him ranked.
All the Way, Bryan Cranston, the Flick, Once, Andre De Shields and...
The Boston Theater Critics Association has announced over 25 nominations of actors, directors, designers and ensembles to be presented at 32nd Annual Elliot Norton Awards on Monday May 19 at The Wheelock Family Theatre.
Star News Group
Brielle woman, 22, killed in NYC
The NYPD is investigating an accident in which a 22-year-old borough woman was killed after being struck by two taxi cabs late last Thursday in Manhattan.
The Detroit News
Detroit's changing numbers in bankruptcy deal to face scrutiny
A sudden change of fortune for 32,400 Detroit pensioners in the city's historic bankruptcy -- from the threat of draconian pension cuts to a modest reduction in lifetime benefits -- could face mathematical scrutiny as the case proceeds, experts say.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
College fair invites New Bedford students to start thinking ahead
"I'm basically looking to better my future," said the New Bedford High School sophomore, among an estimated 200 people who attended the school's annual college fair Wednesday evening.
Elizabeth Smart talks forgiveness, pressing forward during speech at Boston College
In this file photo, Elizabeth Smart speaks during a meeting concerning HB286 at the Capitol in Salt Lake City, Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2014.
Wilmington Could Have Next Superintendent Thursday Night
Final interviews are underway as the School Committee aims for Thursday in naming Wilmington's next Superintendent of Schools replacing Joanne Benton, who is retiring this year.
The Bci Business Report - Tuesday at 8 PM Est
We start the wrap up of our Spring, 2014 shows with a look back at the marketing efforts during Brad Bates' first full academic year running Boston College athletics.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
The Wichita Eagle
UND men's hockey in top five in both final polls
UND is fourth in the USCHO.com poll and fifth in the USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine poll, after losing to Minnesota in the semifinals of the NCAA Frozen Four.
Northwest News and Tribune
Jesuit choir wins competition with Gregorian chants
TAMPA – You don't see a lot of high school students walking around iPods on, rocking out to Gregorian chants.
Albany Times Union
Route set for hockey parade
The route for Thursday's parade for the men's national collegiate hockey champions from Union College has been set, according to city officials.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Hockey title puts tiny Union on the sports map
Union is a school with 2,200 students and no athletic scholarships. But it became a giant-killer by defeating Boston College in the semifinals before dispatching Minnesota 7-4 Saturday for its first NCAA hockey title.
Marist Red Foxes
Men's Crew Competes at Knecht Cup
The Second Varsity Eight A boat took first place for Marist, finishing the race in 6:11.06.
The Washington Post
Scott Spinelli announced as new B.C. assistant
Scott Spinelli has signed an agreement with Boston College to become its new head basketball assistant, bringing the former Maryland assistant back home to his native New England, the schools confirmed Monday.
Services for Brielle Woman Killed by NYC Cabs
Funeral services have been set for Kelly Anne Gordon, the 22-year-old Brielle college senior who died after being hit by two taxi cabs in Manhattan last Thursday night.
Big News Network.com
Spinelli leaves Maryland for Boston College
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Schor To Be Awarded By ASA For Research
The American Sociological Association has recognized Boston College professor of sociology and best-selling author Juliet Schor as the recipient of this year's Public Understanding of Sociology Award.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
s'Upper T Club Gives Freshmen An Opportunity For Spontaneity And Conversation
Gathered in front of St. Joseph's Chapel on Upper Campus stands a small group of students, Charlie Cards in hand but unsure where the remainder of their Saturday evening will take them.
Rocky Mount Telegram
Search for Chinese relics ends near Boston College campus
While in Shanghai last year, Boston College professor Jeremy Clarke heard a strange tale that could have sprung from the pages of a classic mystery novel: Nearly 100 scale models of historic Buddhist pagodas, exquisitely crafted by Chinese orphans a century ago, had seemingly vanished.