Written and narrated by Boston sports journalist Clark Booth, this heartfelt documentary captures the essence of one of New England's all-time sports heroes: Harry Agganis, a football, basketball, and baseball phenomenon at Lynn Classical High School.
The Boston University Boston High School Scholarship Program, the nation's oldest and largest scholarship program for urban public high school students, marked its 40th year by presenting 25 recent top graduates of Boston public high schools a total of more than $4.3 million worth of four-year, full-tuition scholarships.
With the recent rise of deadly drug-resistant bacteria in the United States, once potent antibiotics are losing their luster as they increasingly becoming powerless in the fight against these dangerous infections.
Silver may help in the fight against drug-resistant bacteria such as Stenotrophomonas maltophilia by easing large antibiotic molecules through the microbes' outer coating.
America has a secret history. On June 18, 2013 a modest, unpaid researcher for the People of One Fire Native American research alliance turned that history upside down.
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President Obama left a high-level international summit Tuesday without having secured the major breakthrough on Syria he'd hoped to achieve.
By many measures, Sharon Daniels is a star at Boston University. She heads the school's Opera Institute and is one of the most prominent voice instructors and stage directors in the city.
Gabriel Gomez and Edward Markey spent their final debate before next week's U.S. Senate special election clashing over their records and who has the better vision for both their commonwealth and their country.
While modern medicine has made significant strides in reducing the incidences of death from cancer and heart disease, it has had virtually no success in finding a cure or suitable treatment for those stricken with Alzheimer's disease.
Pictured Christ Child co-President Kathryn Colao, Dr. John Schnedeker, Summit High School, Christ Child Board member Maura Perier, recipient Jackie Balandiuk, Vanessa Balandiuk, Christ Child Co-President Lori White and Christ Child Board member Christina Amundson .
Three students from Purdue University in Indiana face felony charges for their roles in a scheme in which the students allegedly boosted their grades by breaking into professors' accounts and in some cases their offices.
Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden's leaks to the Guardian newspaper have thrown back the curtain on the world of diplomatic espionage, revealing - in explicit detail - how British spies monitor enemies and allies alike.
The inaugural issue of a regular series on CM, XQs , is a conversation with the author of new and exciting works in South Asian Studies.
The Carriage House Poetry Series invites the public to attend a free event on Tuesday, June 18 at 8:00 p.m. in the Kuran Arts Center on Watson Road, off North Martine Avenue, adjacent to Fanwood Borough Hall .