Archive | July, 2013


Awash in Innovation

Resilience Drives Belmont Laundry for More Than a Century When Gaetano ai???Tommyai??? Dai??i??Amato was about 14, his mother became ill, and around that time, she began using Belmont Laundry to do the familyai??i??s heavy washing. The centenarian, who celebrated his 100th birthday on May 8, remembers a horse and buggy ai??i?? or horse and sled, […]

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Trials and Tribulations

New WNE Law Dean Says Schools Must Adjust to a Changed Climate Eric Gouvin was asked to comment on the challenges moving forward for all law schools, but especially the one at Western New England University (WNE), which he now serves as dean. But to do so properly, he said he first needed to discuss the […]

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Two-way Street

Colleges Increasingly Rely on Social Media to Interact with Students and Alumni In the age of smartphones and social media, Janet Garcia says, people are constantly on the lookout for information. College students are no different; in fact, they might embody that cultural shift more than anyone. “This generation of students is on the Internet constantly,” said […]

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Setting the PACE

Mercy Life Aims to Keep Seniors in Their Homes Senior citizens with health needs have plenty of options, running the gamut from home care to assisted living to nursing-home care. But what about individuals who are struggling at home alone, but feel they’re not quite ready for residential care? For such people, PACE — Medicaid’s Program […]

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