We looked inside some of the tweets by @WBUR and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Many colleges have gone test optional, college counselor Lisa Micele says. Now is the time to ask schools directly, read their admissions website and call them. https://t.co/fRTMaDs9xL
OPINION: Employees will eventually ask themselves, if they can work remotely from anywhere in the world, would they still live where they do? https://t.co/DeuvqQr4IC
"When it comes to anti-racist research... the fundamental research question is, what's wrong with policies? What's wrong with conditions? What's wrong with structures and systems?" https://t.co/ewFpFNT9Rm
I want to close by addressing the violence that happened over the #FourthofJuly weekend. Every act of violence causes waves of lasting trauma throughout a community. Every loss of life is heartbreaking and we feel for every single victim and their families.
Mayor Walsh says the city is focused on outreach and prevention in neighborhoods affected by violence: https://t.co/HbMRIw5aa9
Boston Police Commissioner William Gross is speaking about the violence seen in Boston over the last week. Seven people were killed, including a 15-year-old boy. He says two of the homicides were solved immediately because of help from the community. https://t.co/AwPfb0AfZT
While most of the state has already entered phase three of the reopening process, Boston's phase three doesn't start until Monday. Walsh says that gives the city more time to develop detailed guidelines. https://t.co/gcFSbpaA8D
SOON: Mayor Marty Walsh will give updates on the coronavirus in Boston. Watch live here: https://t.co/PwAbCTlmnt
As Boston moves into phase three of reopening, the city will award $1M in grants to support arts and culture nonprofit organizations impacted by the pandemic: https://t.co/iG4yuywAy1
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers currently owns and maintains the 85-year-old Bourne and Sagamore Bridges. As part of a new agreement, they'll transfer that to the state: https://t.co/RlfEVkcjSi
OPINION: "Whether Boston University changes Rhett’s name or not, it’s a moment that can teach us just how deeply racism and white supremacy is baked into our culture," writes historian Nina Silber. https://t.co/LCFF02mHnP
More than a dozen Black men who have spent the last several years trying to get the Red Sox to listen to their claims that they were sexually abused by a former Red Sox clubhouse manager who died in 2005: https://t.co/or4ckZsePk