Heather Treseler (English) has been named a contributing editor at Boulevard Magazine, a national literary journal based in St. Louis.
Treseler’s poems first appeared in Boulevard in 2008, and she will be judging submissions of both poetry and non-fiction.
Boulevard is one of the oldest continuous literary magazines in the United States, and it has recently featured poetry by Charles Simic and Gerald Stern as well as fiction by Joyce Carol Oates and the late John Updike.
O'Brien Presents Analysis of Votes on Mass. Tax Policy Referendums
William F. O'Brien (Business Administration and Economics) presented a paper titled "If at First You Don't Succeed, Try, Try Again: Massachusetts Votes on Tax Policy Initiatives" on November 6 in . . .