• Megan Woolhouse

    Megan Woolhouse

    Megan Woolhouse worked as a reporter at the Boston Globe for more than a decade, in addition to newspapers in Louisville, Ky., and Baton Rouge, La. A graduate of Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism and Clark University in Worcester, she lives in Boston and enjoys baking, reading, and taekwondo sparring with her seven-year-old daughter. Profile

  • Cydney Scott


    cydney scott

    Cydney Scott has been a professional photographer since graduating from the Ohio University VisCom program in 1998. She spent 10 years shooting for newspapers, first in upstate New York, then Palm Beach County, Fla., before moving back to her home city of Boston and joining BU Photography. Profile

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There are 2 comments on Ayanna Pressley Tells BU Students: “Stand in Your Truth”

    1. Good question. I want to read it as a version of “be yourself,” which I regard as good advice for students. But it is more likely rooted in post-modernist thought that claims truth is subjective and therefore everyone is entitled to their own truth. It’s part of the standard lexicon of gobbledygook coming out of sociology departments and critical theory studies.

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