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The NFL and me

Shalise Manza Young described her experience as the only short-haired, light-skinned African-American woman covering the Patriots.
Faces of the faithful
Photo Essay

Faces of the faithful

These are just a few scenes from the Boston area's religious life.
Finding family through Big Sisters program
Giving Back

Finding family through
Big Sisters program

City Councilor Ayanna Pressley's campaign aims to recruit black, Latino, Asian, and Native-American Bostonians as mentors.
Now read this

Now read this

Influential Bostonians describe books that changed how they think about the world.
Challenges of passing down a language to children

Challenges of passing down a language to children

If parenting is the hardest thing an adult will ever do, many parents in Boston are trying to do something much harder still: to parent in two languages.
Can Boston compete with Silicon Valley?
Head to Head

Can Boston compete
with Silicon Valley?

Nyopoly.com founder Shawn Harris interviewed Niraj Shah, cofounder of Wayfair LLC, about start-ups.
Software translates military service into civilian jobs
Innovation

Software translates military service into civilian jobs

The program analyzes the knowledge, skills, and abilities of a user’s positions and finds crossover occupations.
Federal judge breaks new ground
Trailblazer

Federal judge breaks
new ground

US District Court Judge Denise J. Casper is the first black woman to sit on the federal court in the district of Mass.
How children learn racism

How children learn racism

New research by Harvard University suggests prejudices may form at a much earlier age, but it also offers hope that biases can be unlearned.
Mass. colleges ahead of curve in Latino enrollment

Mass. colleges ahead of curve in Latino enrollment

The Commonwealth saw a large jump in degrees conferred to Latinos over a three-academic-year period, from 2005-06 to 2007-08.
State of same-sex unions

State of same-sex unions

Eight years after the arrival of gay marriage in the Bay State, same-sex spouses still don’t have equal rights.
Rising stars at Brigham & Women's

Rising stars at
Brigham & Women's

A program fosters students’ interest in academic medicine as physicians, research scientists, or another type of healthcare professional.