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Critical Mass

If free speech is what gives value to the campus "marketplace of ideas," UMass Amherst would long ago have gone bankrupt.
Over the years, UMass Amherst has proven to be a reliable hotbed for political hypocrisy and squelching of free speech

The Mouth Behind the Eye

Norma Nathan, who looks for all the world like a naïve and guileless suburban homemaker (and knows it), was down on Long Wharf a couple of weeks back, snooping around. She was checking out a rumor that Ed King, his Cabinet, a group of political supporte
Maybe Norma Nathan is just a nice little Jewish mother from the North Shore. After all, she says she only assaults people who assault her.  
By DAVE O'BRIAN  |  August 21, 2009

Power rangers

Adam Ryder was fascinated, he said, by long-distance, high-tension power lines and their scruffy right-of-ways.
Photographers roam the electric grid
By GREG COOK  |  January 21, 2009

Words as music

He originally set out to be a jazz critic.  
Alan Lupo was many things — among them, the best metro columnist Boston may ever see
By MARGARET DORIS  |  October 08, 2008

What's Potter up to now?

We chatted with Paul from Harry and the Potters about the seventh book, the election, and what to expect when Harry and the Potters hit SPACE Gallery on June 26.
Wizard rock
By LAUREN DONOVAN  |  June 25, 2008

Philosophy students

Austrian artist Erwin Wurm loves playing the philosopher.
Erwin Wurm and Sarah Walker investigate the universe at Brandeis
By GREG COOK  |  May 31, 2006

twitter list

From the Web to the Workplace

Nearly nine percent of the Massachusetts workforce is unemployed this summer, and with local colleges cranking out a glut of degree recipients in a lousy job market, many of them are inevitably lounging around on futons, blogging and posting on Facebook
Polish your tweets and blogs with a course in online social networking
By ASHLEY RIGAZIO  |  January 01, 1900