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Study Explores How Chelsea Residents Vulnerable to Extreme Heat Waves
Chelsea, Massachusetts is a prime example of an urban heat island. And, no, this island has nothing to do with palm trees and calm waters—but it does have to do with warm weather. As WTBU reporter Antonia DeBianchi explains, an urban heat island is when a city is significantly warmer than surrounding areas because of industry and human-induced climate change.
U.S. Supreme Court Takes UP DACA Case
London Police Ban Extinction Rebellion Protests
Brookline Residents Petition to Regulate Boston-Area Marijuana Dispensary
Town residents are calling for more regulations on New England Treatment Access (NETA) – Brookline’s first recreational marijuana dispensary. The Town Select Board will hear complaints on November 19, 2019. Antonia DeBianchi reports. Shot and edited by Nick McCool.
Students and brands mingle in Fenway Park at College-Fest
This weekend, over 70 companies descended on Fenway Park to meet with thousands of students for College-Fest 2019. BU News Service’s Nick McCool reports. Produced and edited by Antonia DeBianchi.
Boston University Students Sound Off on the College Admissions Scandal
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Acapella Inspires Music Enthusiasts at Boston University
Molly Doomchin, a Boston University junior, describes her passion for music and acapella. As a member of BU’s first all-girl acapella group, Terpsichore, Doomchin discusses her upcoming show on March 1.