Exclusive Sunday Preview

A sampling of stories from this Sunday's Globe.


6 art school grads to watch

Jessie Vogel.

Billy Brown

Young artists on the cusp of their careers come out of Boston-area art schools every spring, an event marked by thesis exhibitions around the city.

Edward Burtynsky’s “Rock of Ages #7, Active Granite Section, Wells-Lamson Quarry, Barre, Vermont.’’

Photography Review

Extracting unsettling beauty from Vermont quarries

For two decades, Edward Burtynsky’s large-format color photographs have recorded globalization.

Book Review

Unnatural selection

Rebutting himself and decades of others, scientist E.O. Wilson sloppily details a new hypothesis on biology and behavior.

Woodside Petroleum’s natural gas plant on Australia’s Burrup Peninsula.


An Australian battle over ancient art

A threatened network of carvings reawakens a debate: is site-specific art still art if you move it?

MassHousing loan program finds success

The agency, which acts as the state’s affordable housing bank, has rolled out a new mortgage that features extremely low down payments and no mortgage insurance.

NFL Draft

Tavon Wilson arrives at Gillette Stadium

Wilson, the third of the Patriots’ first four draft picks and the 48th overall pick this year, met some of his new coaches today.

Liberty Mutual’s Kelly explains pay

Edmund F. “Ted’’ Kelly, under fire for receiving $50 million a year from the insurance giant, said that an “accounting issue’’ made his compensation appear larger than it is.


In taking on Joseph Kony, adults take cues from youth

There is evidence that the unbridled enthusiasm of youth has shamed adults into taking stronger action.

opinion | RENÉE LOTH

Is the Nobel committee off its mission?

According to critics, Alfred Nobel intended the prize to recognize leaders working specifically on disarmament.


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Bruins need depth in 2012-13

Given how Washington’s airtight net-front play stymied Boston’s attack, it’s clear the Bruins will be in the market for forward help heading into next season.


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Patrick urges Robert Covelle to resign

The call for the Medford housing director to resign comes amid an intensifying investigation into alleged favoritism in hiring at the agency.


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Ford reports income drop

Ford took a beating from plummeting European sales and weaker results in Asia and South America. It also started paying more in taxes.

Nation & World

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Officers in an armored vehicle headed toward the scene of a standoff at an underground bunker in the woods in North Bend, Wash., on Friday.

Police find body in Wash. bunker

After a nearly 23-hour standoff, police raided the bunker of a survivalist wanted in the deaths of his wife and daughter last weekend.