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Pay raises are on the way for faculty, clerical staff and graduate student employees after Lt. Gov. Kerry Healey signed a $132 million supplemental budget on April 14.

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Starting in the fall, first-year students will be required to complete an online alcohol education course intended to increase their awareness of drinking-related issues.

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Changes in the bachelor’s degree program in Theater were approved April 13 by the Faculty Senate.

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With the number of cross-listed courses growing on campus, the Faculty Senate voted April 13 to adopt new guidelines that provide clear criteria for such listings.

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As part of its Translating Research in Exercise Science (TREx) community outreach initiative, the Exercise Science Department is hosting an open house on Saturday, April 22 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Totman Building.

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With three undergraduates being awarded selective national scholarships, it’s been a “watershed year” for the campus, according to Psychology professor Susan Krauss Whitbourne, director of the Office of National Scholarship Advisement.

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Nearly three years after absorbing a $150 million cut in state support, the University system is on the rebound, but still has a long way to go on several fronts, President Jack Wilson told the Faculty Senate April 13.

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Several campus departments will participate in a community-wide drill to test preparedness for various health emergencies on Thursday, April 20 from 8 a.m. to noon.

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WMUA, the campus’ student-run radio station, won three awards from Massachusetts-Region Island region of the Associated Press on April 8.

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English professor and writer Martín Espada and William H. Meeks, professor of Mathematics and Statistics, are among 187 artists, scholars and scientists named this week as Guggenheim Fellows.

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