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MBTA problems linked to fund allocation, study says

A report released Wednesday by the Pioneer Institute found that a lack of funding is not […] The post MBTA problems linked to fund allocation, study says appeared first on The Daily Free Press.
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No. 19 men’s lacrosse falls hard against Navy

In what marked a battle for first place in the Patriot League, the No. 19 Boston […] The post No. 19 men’s lacrosse falls hard against Navy appeared first on The Daily Free Press.
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BUtiful Dreamers focus on reliability, transparency

BUtiful Dreamers, the third slate running for Boston University Student Government, hopes to increase the cohesiveness […] The post BUtiful Dreamers focus on reliability, transparency appeared first on The Daily Free Press.
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BU Today

Icemen Head to Frozen Four

After bulldogging their way through the NCAA Northeast Regional, the Boston University men’s ice hockey Terriers are heading back to TD Garden. This time, it’s for a chance at the national title. The Terriers became the first team to punch a ticket to this year’s Frozen Four thanks to a power-play goal by Evan Rodrigues […]
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BU Today

Bible 101 for Children

The sibling trio clustered on the basement floor with Jaimie Dingus had just read the parable of that most ungrateful child, the Prodigal Son. Dingus (CAS’17) teaches Marsh Chapel’s Sunday religious education program for kids of the adult worshippers in the chapel upstairs, and she wanted to tease out the story’s moral. How do you […]
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BU Today

The Imitation Game’s Long Road to Acclaim

Few films have received the kind of acclaim given to The Imitation Game. The biopic about Alan Turing—the gay British mathematician largely credited with cracking the Nazis’ secret Enigma code, used to foil the Allies during World War II—got rave reviews and eight Oscar nominations and has grossed more than $90 million at the box […]
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BU News Service

BU Hockey Makes Frozen Four For First Time since 2009

By Ethan Leavitt BU News Service MANCHESTER, N.H. – The Boston University men’s hockey team has the chance to lift a third trophy in TD Garden. The Terriers punched their ticket to the Frozen Four thanks to a power-play goal by senior Evan Rodrigues in the final three minutes of regulation, lifting BU to a [...]
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BU News Service

Opposition to Boston Olympics Mounts

Boston 2024 has been working hard at bringing the Olympics to Boston, but the people of Boston don't seem to be on board.
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BU News Service

Event Spotlights Art in the City

Boston's citywide festival--Design Week--is increasing awareness of the city's arts. Lauren Westberg visited one of the participating studios to get an artist's perspective.
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BU News Service

Plan Seeks to Make Comm. Ave Safer for Cyclists

Cyclists will be more protected, but traffic could be more congested under a sweeping plan announced by Boston Mayor Marty Walsh.
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BU Culture Shock

An Open Letter to a Closed Heart

I wrote a letter to every crush I've ever had The post An Open Letter to a Closed Heart appeared first on Culture Shock.
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BU Culture Shock

Dear Maryland

Dear Maryland, I want to thank you for being home. The post Dear Maryland appeared first on Culture Shock.
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BU Culture Shock

Track Zero

It's okay to be a loser! The post Track Zero appeared first on Culture Shock.
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BU Culture Shock

What Taking Ballet Taught Me About Teaching

Gaining a new perspective into what it's like to be a student. The post What Taking Ballet Taught Me About Teaching appeared first on Culture Shock.
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The Quad

BU Hosts the ICCA

By Maritt Nowak You may have seen “Pitch Perfect,” but what’s the real story on collegiate a cappella? We have a lot of outstanding a cappella groups performing at BU, and three of them were represented as hosts and competitors in the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella Northeastern quarterfinals this year. You may remember […]
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The Quad

Upcoming: Scott Weiland and the Wildabouts at Brighton Music Hall

First, Scott Weiland was the frontman and lyricist of Stone Temple Pilots, known for “Plush,” “Interstate Love Song,” and “Sour Girl.” Then, he was part of Velvet Revolver, with “Slither,” “Fall to Pieces,” and “The Last Fight.” He has been making music since 1992. He has two Grammy awards and has over 45 million records […]
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The Quad

Review: House of Cards Season 3

*Please note this article has spoilers for Season 3 of “House of Cards.”* After two seasons of political machinations and backstabbing — of the literal and figurative sense — Frank finally holds the highest seat in the land. The third season of “House of Cards” seeks to distance itself from the fun, albeit campy plot lines of […]
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