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MCPHS organizes blood marrow donor drive

May 2, 2014
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MCPHS University held a bone marrow donor drive last month, in the wake of a student’s mother finding a donor. Its goal was to sign up 1,000 new donors. The Be The Match Foundation, operated by the National Marrow Donor Program, manages the largest marrow registry in the world. Bone marrow donations are used...

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Joslin Debut

May 2, 2014
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Joslin Debut

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Outstanding Service

May 2, 2014
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Outstanding Service

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Hill Happenings

Hill Happenings

Condolences to the family of Joe Corsetti, who passed away last month. Joe was a graduate of Villanova University, where he was a terrific football player. Joe was welcomed to Mission Hill in the late ’60s, when he thrilled local football fans with his spectacular catches from Killilea Club quarterback Dan Breen in the...

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City’s free Wi-Fi program not here yet

May 2, 2014
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The City unveiled last month a free wireless Internet service program that has more than 150 access points throughout Boston and plans to bring the program to 20 Main Street districts, according to a press release. But it is unclear when the program, which is called “Wicked Free Wi-Fi: Boston’s Public Wireless Network,” will...

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NU suspends pro-Palestinian student group

May 2, 2014
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Northeastern University (NU) temporarily suspended in March a pro-Palestinian group that it says has “multiple violations” of campus policy. But the student group, called the Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP), says it is unfairly being singled out for its views. NU said in a statement that the suspension has nothing to do with the issue...

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What’s Happening on Main Streets

May 2, 2014
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Main Streets has been a hot topic in the news recently with Mayor Martin J. Walsh’s surprise announcements concerning free Wi-Fi and an increase in financial support for the program from City coffers. On April 22, the other 19 Main Street Directors and I were invited for a morning meeting with the mayor to...

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WIT to house 97% of students

May 2, 2014
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Wentworth Institute of Technology (WIT) will be able to house 97 percent of its students seeking housing in Boston once a new dormitory at 525 Huntington is completed. The 305 beds, which are expected to be open by the fall, were decided based on student housing projects informed by the City’s required yearly student...

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NU breaks ground on new science building

May 2, 2014
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NU breaks ground on new science building

Mayor Martin Walsh, Northeastern University (NU) President Joseph Aoun and state Rep. Jeffrey Sánchez were some of the officials who broke ground on NU’s new $225 million Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Complex (ISEC) on Feb. 21. Located at 795 Columbus Ave., the ISEC will provide state-of-the-art research infrastructure for NU. It will be approximately...

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City to talk about vacant Heath St. lots

April 25, 2014
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The City will host a community meeting April 30 to garner feedback on developing vacant land located on Heath Street in the Back of the Hill area, according to a notice from the Department of Neighborhood Development (DND). The feedback from the meeting will help draft guidelines to request for proposals on vacant land...

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