Russian language program sees low first-year enrollments

Marina Aptekman, a lecturer in Russian, said that while there were more than 20 first-years who enrolled in the Russian program last year, there have only been four first-year undergraduate students who enrolled in the program this year, in addition to four students from The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy.

Class of 2020 shares difficulties with post-graduation job search

With no grand ceremonies, formal goodbyes, best friends’ hugs or just one more time walking down the President’s Lawn, seniors nevertheless had to seek jobs while COVID-19 dramatically changed the labor market.

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The Weekly Rewind: The case for ‘Folklore’ as Album of the Year

The nominees for the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards were announced Tuesday, Nov. 24, and of all the nominations, one body of work outdoes the competition: "Folklore" (2020) by Taylor Swift.

Weekender: Brookline Booksmith, The Novel Kitchen enhance pandemic-era book, food services

Brookline Booksmith expanded its previous storefront into a 4,000-square-foot space by taking over the adjacent shop in early November. A part of the addition is The Novel Kitchen, a project completed with the cheese store Curds & Co.