Laughter Wins at Comics Come Home 24

While cheers and chants often fill the air at Boston’s TD Garden, on Nov. 3, laughter reigned supreme during the 24th annual Comics Come Home. In support of The Cam Neely Foundation, the longest-running comedy fundraiser in the nation raised over $700,000 to support cancer patients and their families. The show’s two creators, Boston Bruins…

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LIVE: Midterm Mandate 2018

NOVEMBER 6, 2018   BUTV10 created three hours worth of election coverage – with over two hours live in a production called Midterm Mandate 2018. I’m thankful for the opportunity to anchor the show. Under the producing prowess of Naba Khan and Maddie Arreola, the directing expertise of Marissa Dianas and the guidance of Professor…

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FEATURE: Her Voice, Her Vocation

Boston University’s College of Arts & Sciences’ alumni magazine, Arts & Sciences Magazine, did a recent piece on me about my trip to the United Nations in February 2018. It was an honor to be featured! Read it here. 

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Goo Goo Dolls rock House of Blues’ stage with youthful zeal for 20th anniversary tour

THE DAILY FREE PRESS OCTOBER 18, 2018 ” The Goo Goo Dolls brought their iconic sound to Boston’s House of Blues to the delight of a sold-out crowd Wednesday night. Celebrating the 20th anniversary of their album “Dizzy Up the Girl,” the band stirred up two decades’ worth of nostalgia into a night full of sing-alongs,…

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez speaks at Coolidge Corner ‘Fahrenheit 11/9’ screening

THE DAILY FREE PRESS OCTOBER 4, 2018 Over 440 people crammed into Brookline’s Coolidge Corner Theatre to join Congressional candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (CAS ‘11) for a screening of “Fahrenheit 11/9” Monday. Read More

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Student hangout Tavern Allston reopens, new design embraces diversity of area

SEPTEMBER 6, 2018 As students headed home and enjoyed the summer downtime, Tavern Allston hurried and labored for months to makeover the restaurant from floor to ceiling. The popular student hangout closed in July and had a tight deadline before the new school year. Read more

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PRINT: The Wombats’ Dan Haggis talks new album, long lost mascot

THE DAILY FREE PRESS January 18, 2018 When The Wombats first brought their alt-pop sound across the pond to Boston, they performed for a crowd of 17 people. On Jan. 13, the band returned for another appearance, this time at Paradise Rock Club. The show was sold out. “It was one of the best on…

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PHOTO: Boston University vs. Boston College – Men’s Ice Hockey

12/1/17 Select photos from Boston University Men’s Ice Hockey’s 7-4 win over Boston College at Conte Forum.  

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PHOTO: 53rd Annual Head of the Charles Regatta

October 22, 2017  

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PRINT: Indie-folk trio “Good Old War” discusses their dedication to music

THE DAILY FREE PRESS OCTOBER 22, 2017 “Indie-folk band Good Old War began their journey to travel the world and share their music began nine years ago in Boston for their first live performance. Now, the Philadelphia-based band returns to Beantown for another round with an evolved sound.” Read More Photo Courtesy of Good Old…

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PRINT: Local artists re-energize City Hall through visual art

THE DAILY FREE PRESS August 13, 2017 “Boston’s City Hall is attracting more crowds this summer, but it’s not for the standard parking tickets and marriage licenses. Continuing an ongoing effort with the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture, Mayor Martin Walsh announced July 14 that new art installations were on display to infuse City…

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CARB-X funds research to combat antibiotic resistance

THE DAILY FREE PRESS APRIL 12, 2017 “A global partnership headquartered at the Boston University School of Law has decided to combat a serious threat to the world’s global health: antibiotic resistance.” Read More

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