In July, Jennifer G. Winters and her team of astronomers discovered an Earth-sized planet orbiting three stars.
Though the museum he funded on Quincy Street, the “miracle” that affirmed Harvard’s commitment to fine arts education, was erected to honor Arthur Sackler’s patronage of the arts during his lifetime, it has become to many a symbol of the forceful pharmaceutical advertising now implicated in thousands of overdose deaths.
Opened in Oct. 1985, the Arthur M. Sackler Museum was originally built to house the university's collection of works from Asia, the Middle East, and the Mediterranean.
That sequence — train station, cars, my grandmother and her knitting needles — always felt so vivid, so real.
Seagulls flying over the Bosporus in Istanbul, Turkey.
Sunlight breaking through the clouds over Istanbul, Turkey.
Ellie N. Bridge '17, a member of the second cohort of Harvard Teacher Fellows, teaches a 7th grade social studies class in Cambridge.
Should Bill Bartley have to leave the neighborhood, he will take a piece of its history with him. Yet his departure would be but one of many, part of a long, gradual erosion of the landmarks that have distinguished Harvard Square for many years. And as the face of the Square changes, small business owners have no choice but to confront a version of the neighborhood’s future that may no longer save space for them.
At Harvard and at elite Boston public schools, so-called “objective” metrics used in admissions may not deserve the name. The game of who gets in where is undergirded — and, to a certain extent, predetermined — by a complex ecosystem of devoted parents, well-paid tutors, and driven students.
Derrick A. Samuels and Rebekah E. Samuels have two children—a son at the John D. O'Bryant School of Mathematics and Science and a daugher at the Boston Latin Academy, two exam schools in the Boston Public School system.
Boston Latin Academy is one of Boston's most prestigious public schools, and one of three exam schools.
He takes a sip of ice water then leans forward, bracing his forearms against his knees and lowering his voice to a conspiratorial whisper: “But this is personal for anyone who has to deal with Comcast.”
"These are formative years, and these students are learning how to interact with others and are developing incredibly powerful understandings of themselves and the world around them that they carry with them for their entire lives."
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