Collin Binkley, The Associated Press

Collin Binkley

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Boston, MA, United States

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Recent articles by Collin:

Harvard report brings joy, grief for descendants of enslaved

Some critics have said reparations should be part of the effort, especially given Harvard’s $53 billion endowment. Read more at Boston.com. → Read More

Harvard report brings joy, grief for descendants of enslaved

In Harvard’s pledge to atone for its ties to slavery, it identified dozens of people who were enslaved by the university’s first leaders and faculty members → Read More

Harvard report brings joy, grief for descendants of enslaved

BOSTON (AP) — Egypt Lloyd couldn’t hold back tears when she saw the names — her ancestors, Tony, Cuba and Darby — in a study chronicling Harvard University’s involvement in America’s slave trade. Lloyd grew up nearby, in Boston’s Roxbury neighborhood, but her family learned only recently of ancestors who were kept as slaves by […] → Read More

Harvard report brings joy, grief for descendants of enslaved

Egypt Lloyd couldn’t hold back tears when she saw the names — her ancestors, Tony, Cuba and Darby — in a study chronicling Harvard University’s involvement in America's slave trade. → Read More

Harvard pledges $100M to research, atone for role in slavery

Harvard University has vowed to spend $100 million to research and atone for its ties with slavery → Read More

Harvard pledges $100 million to atone for role in slavery

Harvard University is vowing to spend $100 million to research and atone for its ties with slavery → Read More

Harvard pledges $100 million to atone for role in slavery

Harvard University is vowing to spend $100 million to research and atone for its extensive ties with slavery, the school’s president announced Tuesday, with plans to identify and support the descendants of enslaved people who labored at the Ivy League campus. → Read More

Harvard pledges $100 million to atone for role in slavery

Harvard University is vowing to spend $100 million to research and atone for its extensive ties with slavery, the school’s president announced Tuesday, with plans to identify and support direct descendants of dozens of enslaved people who labored at the Ivy League campus. → Read More

Harvard pledges $100 million to atone for role in slavery

Harvard University is vowing to spend $100 million to research and atone for its ties with slavery. → Read More

Harvard pledges $100M to research, atone for role in slavery

BOSTON (AP) — Harvard University is vowing to spend $100 million to research and atone for its extensive ties with slavery, the school’s president ann... → Read More

Harvard pledges $100M to research, atone for role in slavery

Harvard University has vowed to spend $100 million to research and atone for its ties with slavery. → Read More

2 wealthy parents appeal convictions in college bribery case

Two wealthy parents who were sentenced to prison in the college admissions cheating scandal have appealed their convictions → Read More

2 wealthy parents appeal convictions in college bribery case

BOSTON (AP) — Two wealthy parents sentenced to prison in the sprawling college admissions bribery scandal appealed their convictions on Monday, saying they believed they were making legitimate donations to get their children into elite universities. John Wilson and Gamal Abdelaziz were found guilty in a jury trial last year after prosecutors said they paid […] → Read More

CEO parent appeals conviction in college bribery case

A Massachusetts business executive who was sentenced to 15 months in prison in the college admissions cheating scandal has appealed his conviction → Read More

Mass. parent appeals conviction in college bribery case

A Massachusetts business executive who was sentenced to 15 months in prison in the sprawling college admissions cheating scandal appealed his conviction on Monday, arguing that he believed he was making legitimate donations to get his three children into elite universities. → Read More

JD Vance paid $70K by colleges he bashes as Senate candidate

Before Republican JD Vance began targeting universities as the enemy of the conservative movement, the Donald Trump-endorsed U.S. Senate candidate in Ohio leveraged a network of higher education institutions across the country to promote his book — and he made money doing it. → Read More

JD Vance was paid $70K by colleges while promoting his book. Now he bashes higher education as a Senate candidate.

Before JD Vance targeted universities as the enemy of the conservative movement, the U.S. Senate candidate in Ohio leveraged higher education institutions to promote his book. → Read More

JD Vance paid $70K by colleges he bashes as Senate candidate

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Before Republican JD Vance began targeting universities as the enemy of the conservative movement, the Donald Trump-endorsed U.S... → Read More

Thousands may have student debt that should have been forgiven, report finds

A new federal report finds that record-keeping failures by the Education Department may have left thousands of Americans stuck with student debt that should have been forgiven. → Read More

Feds: Thousands may have student debt that should be erased

Record-keeping failures by the federal government may have left thousands of Americans saddled with student debt that should have been automatically canceled through a benefit for low-income borrowers, according to a new federal study. In a scathing report released on Wednesday, the Government Accountability Office faulted the Education Department for sloppy oversight of its income-driven […] → Read More