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In the news: Andrew Agwunobi
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In the news: Andrew Agwunobi
Andrew Agwunobi, MD, MBA, has been appointed executive vice president for health affairs and chief executive officer of UConn Health.
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In their first year, Banner’s new owners aimed to preserve legacy with their eyes set on growth
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In their first year, Banner’s new owners aimed to preserve legacy with their eyes set on growth
A little over a year ago, the Bay State Banner came under new ownership, signifying a fresh era for New England’s oldest and Boston’s only Black-owned weekly newspaper. Taking over from founder Melvin B. Miller, veteran journalists and entrepreneurs Ron Mitchell and André Stark aimed to uphold a legacy that spanned nearly six decades.
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In the news: Cécile Fromont
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In the news: Cécile Fromont
Cécile Fromont has been appointed as a new professor in Harvard University’s Department of History of Art and Architecture and the first faculty director of the Cooper Gallery of African and African American Art at the Hutchins Center.
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Why Congress must act to sustain local news
The data is clear: Since 2005, the U.S. has lost over one-fourth of its newspapers, and on average two and a half newspapers are closing every week.
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In the news: Imona Omole
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In the news: Imona Omole
UMass Amherst alumnus Imona Omole, president of Verdant Energy LLC, has been awarded a Distinguished Alumni Award in chemical engineering by the University’s College of Engineering.
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In the news: Phillip Martin
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In the news: Phillip Martin
Phillip Martin, multi-awardwinning journalist and senior investigative reporter for the GBH News Center for Investigative Reporting, will be inducted into the Massachusetts Broadcasters Hall of Fame.
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In the news: Deval Patrick
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In the news: Deval Patrick
Deval Patrick, former two-term governor of Massachusetts and impact investment leader, has joined The Vistria Group as senior advisor.
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In the news: Carla Haith
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In the news: Carla Haith
Long-time educator Carla Haith has been selected as the new head of school at Mother Caroline Academy, the only tuition-free, all-girls elementary and middle school in Boston.
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In the news: Jamil Smith
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In the news: Jamil Smith
Jamil Smith, a former essayist at the LA Times, has been named the new editor in chief at The Emancipator, the digital newspaper hosted by the Center for Antiracist Research at Boston University.
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In the news: Tanisha DeLeon
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In the news: Tanisha DeLeon
Tanisha DeLeon, who grew up in Dorchester and Hyde Park, has been named deputy director of Youth Options Unlimited Boston, the city’s Office of Workforce Development announced last month.
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In the news: Natalie Cort
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In the news: Natalie Cort
Natalie Cort, the co-director of the Center for Multicultural & Global Mental Health and an associate professor in the clinical psychology department at William James College, has been named the 2023 Teacher of the Year by the Massachusetts Psychological Association
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In the news: Ralph Griswold
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In the news: Ralph Griswold
Ralph Griswold, a veteran WBZ-TV photojournalist, was inducted this month into the honorary society of the Silver Circle of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Boston/New England Chapter.
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