We cover affirmative action and affirmative consent policies at Harvard, the potential soccer stadium in the South End and the president’s big immigration push.
Hundreds of victims of the Boston Marathon bombings are still struggling with physical and psychological wounds. Now, there’s a place where they can come together to support each other.
Boston-based slam poet Regie Gibson performs with saxophonist Stan Strickland.
We hear local reaction to President Obama’s executive action on immigration reform.
Thanksgiving is still a week away, so of course it’s time to start thinking about Christmas, shopping and black Friday — when stores go out of their way to pull people in and connect them to great deals.
The state attorney general is investigating about 12 for-profit colleges amid charges of low graduation rates and deceptive sales tactics that leave too many students mired in debt.
The standard surgical repair for an ACL tear involves harvesting a piece of tendon from the patient’s leg and using that to surgically reconstruct the ACL. But one Boston surgeon is developing a new approach to get better results.
Some Harvard students are pushing for a “yes means yes” sexual consent policy on campus, also known as affirmative consent. They argue that “no means no” isn’t sufficient.
Former Boston public school students gather at WBUR to share their mixed experiences with court-ordered busing 40 years ago.
We talk sports with Only A Game’s Bill Littlefield.
Joe Perry talks with Radio Boston’s Sacha Pfeiffer about his new memoir, which chronicles the Allston-born band’s four decades together.
WBUR's Sacha Pfeiffer is co-hosting Radio Boston while Meghna Chakrabarti is on maternity leave.
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