Category: Stories

Gymnasts Connect Globally Via Zoom

Despite the coronavirus sweeping away its normal competition season, a rhythmic gymnastics team from Needham has found the silver lining through a massive “global experience exchange.”

Black Trans Pride in Boston

Local singer and rapper Mick Beth has taken a position of leadership within the Black trans community in Boston through their activism.

Juneteenth Celebrated in New Hampshire

The first Juneteenth celebration in Manchester, N.H. was held as Mayor Joyce Craig officially declared the day a citywide holiday, following the city’s recent Black Lives Matter events.

First Amendment Spotlight

With public health concerns increasing over the COVID-19 pandemic and racial tensions escalating after the killing of George Floyd, the First Amendment has been brought into the spotlight.

Prime Time for the Rise of the Green New Deal?

Many Massachusetts environmental organizations have issued statements of solidarity with the BLM movement, and environmental activists are determined that their efforts at racial and social awareness, justice, and inclusivity range beyond the short term.

Back in Session?
Colleges Plan for Fall 2020

Throughout the country, colleges are finalizing their decisions on how to approach the upcoming fall semester. While students await what’s in store, administrators are working diligently to ensure both the safety of their community and the educational pursuits of their students.