A Lens on Capital Punishment


BY ALEX MILNE // MAY 7, 2014 // The number of Americans supporting capital punishment is on the decline. According to the Pew Research Center, 37 percent of U.S. adults oppose it—up 6 percentage points from 2011. A majority of people (55 percent) still supports the death penalty for people convicted of murder. But given […]

Get Up and Find Your Fun

Legacy Place in Dedham offers good food options, shopping, a movie theater and a bowling alley/bar.

BY MATTHEW GLEASON // OCT. 10, 2013 // I was sitting in my dorm room on a recent Friday afternoon and couldn’t help but notice student after student leaving campus to go home for the weekend. I turned to my roommate in disgust. “This school is so lame!” I said. To which he casually replied: […]

From Paperback to Big Screen

Books are starting to be converted into movies more often. // STOCKVAULT.NET

BY CHRIS WILSON // OCT. 1, 2012 //  We all know about “The Hunger Games” book series that has been turned into movies. From “Harry Potter” to “Lord of the Rings,” teen- and young adult-oriented books have led to big box office business. Make no mistake, more are on the horizon. One series of popular […]

I Want All the Channels, and I Want Them Now

Vintage Television

BY SEBASTIAN HUMBERT // FEB. 23, 2012 // I don’t watch a lot of TV. It’s not necessarily because my roommate and I have never gotten around to hooking the cable up, or because I’m taking more credits than I know what to do with. At the end of it all, it’s just easier to […]


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