Michael Levenson

Levenson is a reporter in the Globe’s State House bureau. He previously reported for the City Hall bureau and the Metro desk. A graduate of Wesleyan University, he covered Mitt Romney’s 2008 presidential campaign, the 2009 Boston mayoral election, and the 2010 governor’s race.

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Boston Latin has place in American history

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The school, which was founded in 1635 and bills itself as the oldest school in America.

An elite college president’s new challenge: stabilize a struggling UMass Boston

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Barry Mills, the former president of Bowdoin College, has been thrust into a financial and political crisis unlike any he has faced.

A servant of humility — and of strength — Rev. Donald Monan

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Under Monan’s presidency, BC evolved from a regional commuter school on the brink of insolvency into a highly regarded Catholic university.

Harvard Law is now accepting the GRE. Could other schools follow?

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Some hope that dropping the LSAT as a requirement nationwide could lead to a larger and more diverse group of lawyers.