Harvard Graduate Students Authorize A Strike; No Date SetGraduate students at Harvard University have voted to authorize a strike, but no date has been set for any walkout.
'Entrepreneur Games' Help Boston Students Learn How To Start BusinessesPlaying games for a good cause, that's what happened Thursday at the "Entrepreneur Games" at Roxbury Community College.
Tenth Parent Sentenced To Prison Time In College Admissions ScandalA California real estate developer has been sentenced to one month in prison for paying $75,000 to cheat on his daughter's college entrance exam.
Walsh Announces Grants For Home-Based Child Care Businesses In BostonBoston Mayor Marty Walsh has announced a new program to help ease child care costs in the city.
Queen Latifah To Receive Harvard Black Culture AwardMusic artist and actress Queen Latifah is among the honorees being recognized by Harvard University this year for their contributions to black history and culture.
California Executive Avoids Jail In College Admissions ScandalThe owner of a California frozen foods company has avoided jail for his role in a widespread college admissions scandal.
MIT Reviews Partnerships With Blacklisted Chinese Tech FirmsThe Massachusetts Institute of Technology is reviewing relationships with Chinese artificial intelligence companies hit with a U.S. export ban.
Harvard University Student Workers Consider Strike Over Contract ChangesStudent workers at Harvard University could authorize a strike over a dispute about contract changes as early as next week. 
Middleboro Private School Staff Member Accused Of Raping StudentMiddleboro police filed charges against a staff member at a school for the disabled Thursday for allegedly raping a student. 
Affirmative Action Opponents Appeal Harvard Admissions RulingA group that opposes affirmative action is appealing a federal judge's ruling that Harvard University does not discriminate against Asian American applicants.
Fourth Parent Sentenced In College Admissions Scandal Gets Month In PrisonThe former chairman of a global law firm was sentenced Thursday to one month in prison for paying $75,000 to rig his daughter’s ACT exam.
Harvard Admissions Policies Do Not Discriminate Against Asian Americans, Judge RulesA federal judge has ruled that Harvard University does not discriminate against Asian Americans in its admissions process.
Eye On Education: New Roxbury Prep Principal Is 'Living The Legacy'Roxbury Prep's goal is to prepare every student to graduate from college and this year the new principal is a graduate herself.
Warm Fall Days Heating Up Classrooms In BostonWarm fall days are heating up school classrooms that don't have access to air conditioning.
Harvard University President Sorry 13th Amendment Comment Offended SomeHarvard University President Lawrence Bacow is saying he regrets the controversial comments he made invoking the 13th Amendment in referring to the university's relationship with wealthy donors.