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Administrator Discusses Discrimination Against Asian Americans
Dr. Wing-kai To, assistant provost for global engagement, spoke with WBZ about how to stop discrimination against Asian Americans. Watch the clip.
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Food Delivery Robots Featured in the New England Media
Journalists at several New England media organizations visited campus to profile new robots that deliver food. BSU is the first university in New England with the service. Watch the Boston 25 News, WBZ, 7News and WJAR clips; read stories in The Boston Globe and The Enterprise; and listen to the WBZ radio report.
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Professor Speaks About Education in a Pandemic
Dr. Jeanne Carey Ingle, an associate professor of elementary and early childhood education, spoke with The Patriot Ledger about education during the pandemic and the effects children may face in the future. Read more.
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Op-Ed Highlights Importance of Vaccinations and In-Person Learning
Prioritizing COVID-19 vaccinations for higher education faculty and staff is the surest way to return to more in-person learning, President Frederick W. Clark Jr., '83, and Dr. Irina Seceleanu, associate professor of mathematics and president of MSCA/Bridgewater Chapter, wrote in an op-ed. Read more in The Herald News.
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BSU COVID-19 Testing and Tracing Cited in The New York Times
Dr. Chris Frazer, executive director of the Wellness Center, spoke with The New York Times about the effectiveness of BSU's frequent student COVID-19 testing and robust contact tracing. Read more. 
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Athletics LGBTQ Award Spotlighted in The Patriot Ledger
The Patriot Ledger reported on an NCAA award BSU received for creating and sustaining an LGBTQ-inclusive culture. Read more.
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Political Science, History Faculty Quoted on Thin Blue Line Symbol
The Taunton Daily Gazette turned to Drs. Brian Frederick and William Hanna for a story on the history and debate about the thin blue line symbol. Read more. 
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Bear Statute Highlighted in The Enterprise
The Enterprise featured the new bear statue by the Rondileau Student Union that serves as a place to gather in times of celebration or mourning. Read more.
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Sociology Emerita Professor Pens Letter on 1918 Pandemic
Dr. Patricia J. Fanning wrote in Scientific American about the influenza pandemic a century ago. Her grandmother died during it. Read her letter.
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BSU Freezes Tuition and Fees
WickedLocal covered BSU's announcement that it will freeze tuition and fees for the 2021-2022 academic year and plan for the majority of teaching, learning and student life experiences to occur in person and on campus in fall 2021. Read more. 
Carla Monteiro
Alumna Makes Boston Business Journal's 40 Under 40 List
Social worker Carla Monteiro, '17, is a 2020 Boston Business Journal 40 Under 40 honoree. Read more.
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Alumnus Aims to Start Music Conservatory
The Enterprise featured Greg Fernandes' efforts to start a music education center in Brockton. Read more.