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Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Bridgewater State Student Paper Controversy: Latest In Complicated History Of Media Coverage Of Rape

A student-newspaper at Bridgewater State University recently made the decision to print the name of a sexual assault victim who spoke out at a “Take Back the Night” rally.

MIT And Harvard Debut New Online Education Platform

On Wednesday, the presidents of Harvard and MIT announced a $60 million joint initiative to create an online education platform they’ve dubbed edX.

‘Porgy And Bess’ Nominated For Ten Tony Awards

The re-imagined version of the 1935 opera has been nominated for ten Tony Awards including the best revival of a musical and best direction.

"Porgy and Bess" (Courtesy)

Littlefield On Sports: Celtics In The Playoffs

We talk Boston sports with Only A Game host Bill Littlefield.

BSO Closes Regular Season With Conductor Emeritus Bernard Haitink

Performances lead by the 83-year-old Dutch master have drawn glowing reviews, and orchestra members say his familiar presence has been reassuring in otherwise uncertain times.

Bernard Haitink conducts the Boston Symphony Orchestra in the Brahms Symphony No. One, Friday, Nov. 20, 2009 in Boston.(AP)

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