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Lowell Five praises work of David Karpinsky
David Karpinsky, vice president of finance at the Lowell Five Cent Savings Bank, was recently named to receive the bank's Employee Excellence Award for June.
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Applications drop at Swarthmore
It was one of the largest application swings in Jim Bock's 18 years in college admissions, and he wanted to know why.
Sat Jul 12, 2014
Boston College Football 2014: Ty Schwab, LB
Schwab, who hails from the Atlantic coast of Florida but whose family originally came from Connecticut, performed admirably for Merritt Island High School.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Germany expels top US intelligence official over spying row
TANYA NOLAN: Germany has expelled America's top intelligence official in Berlin after revelations of a second suspected US spy in a matter of days.
College Football Unionization: Could Boston College Be Next To Unionize?
Nearly every Division I college football-playing private university is concerned that the unionization movement could be headed their way.
UMass names Springfield native William A. Davila to lead new UMass Springfield center
City native William A. Davila and University of Massachusetts graduate has been named director of operations for the new UMass Center at Tower Square.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
A-Infos Radio Project
This Week In Palestine: Josh Ruebner explains 'why do BDS' at Boston College, Segment 1
In today's episode we present Josh Ruebner speaking September 2013 at a Students for Justice for Palestine event at Boston College.
Colleges offer dating classes, workshops for students
At Boston College, some students are asked to do just that. For extra credit, Kerry Cronin, an adjunct philosophy professor at the school, challenges the freshmen students in her " Perspectives on Western Culture " class to ask someone out on a date.
Bunker Hill Community College
Hosts Chinese Television StationWeb Story
Anchor and journalist Tong Jiao of China's Zhuhai Radio and Television visited Bunker Hill Community College on June 18, 2014, to report on the College's international program.
Boston College Football: Get To Know The Dudes - #72, OL Jim Cashman
As much as Spaz failed to develop the offensive line over the past few years, Boston College's offensive line recruiting never really fell off.
Boston Irish Reporter
Prosecutors: Injured Cork student was left to die outside Brighton bar
A 20 year-old University of Cork student who was visiting Boston for a work program this spring was left to die in a Brighton alleyway after bar workers dumped him out the back door of a Cleveland Circle watering hole in May, according to prosecutors.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Garnet And Black Attack
South Carolina football 2014 preview: Devin Washington
Like Bryson Allen-Williams in the 2014 class, Devin Washington committed to South Carolina early in the process and spent the next seven months doing some recruiting of his own.
Berkshire County: Colleges announce area graduates
Jessica Stevens, daughter of Jeff and Tammy Stevens of Great Barrington, graduated May 19 with a bachelors of arts degree, summa cum laude, in sociology and a minor in international studies.
Boston College Daily Links: BC in Top 4 For NJ Cornerback
We start your Tuesday with some recruiting news regarding Daivon Ellison, a New Jersey 3* CB who seems to be in the midst of the quintessential northeast recruiting battle.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Mahwah Students Among 'Distinguished' UNICO Scholarship Winners
The following was submitted to Patch by UNICO. The Greater Ramsey chapter of UNICO recently awarded eight scholarships to deserving 2014 graduates from four local high schools.
Profile in Terpage: Sean Christie
Christie went to high school at Patchogue-Medford and saw great improvements from his junior to senior season in technique on the offensive line.
Boston College Eagles
From the Desk of the AD: In Memory of Fr. Neenan
Within 24 hours of being honored by an offer from Father Leahy to come to Boston College as Director of Athletics, I received an email from Vice President William B. Neenan.
Linked to the Heights, July 7: The Daivon Ellison Final Four
Boston College Football Recruiting has been stellar lately, with a 2015 class that has already ballooned to 24 young men.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
First minority elected to lead McHenry County Bar
For the first time in the organization's 100-year history, a minority has been selected as president of the professional organization for attorneys, judges and paralegals.
Play, research come together at Fort Worth museum
How does background music affect a child's homework? Does taking a photograph strengthen the ability to recall an item? Can playing video games benefit a child's physical and mental well-being? Researchers with UNT are gathering data to answer those questions in the museum's Research and Learning Center on the first floor, which opened in January.