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Second line shines as BU men’s hockey beats Providence

PROVIDENCE, Rhode Island — On a night that any hockey team notches forty shots and four […] The post Second line shines as BU men’s hockey beats Providence appeared first on The Daily Free Press.
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No. 6 men’s hockey takes down No. 8/9 Providence on road

PROVIDENCE, Rhode Island — For the first 10 minutes of the No. 6 Boston University men’s […] The post No. 6 men’s hockey takes down No. 8/9 Providence on road appeared first on The Daily Free Press.
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BU Today

BU, Union Avert Strike with New Contract

BU and the union representing service and maintenance employees tentatively agreed to a new contract Thursday, averting a threatened strike. University custodians, maintenance workers, skilled trades workers, and mail employees will vote next week on whether to ratify the deal, which would provide a 10 percent raise over the contract’s four-year life. Union negotiators withdrew an […]
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BU News Service

Can the Fall Experimental Football League Survive?

There is a new professional football team playing in Boston this fall. BUNS reporter Alex Reimer examines if the Boston Brawlers can beat the odds, and survive.
BU News Service
BU News Service

MBTA to Improve Green Line Safety

Possible safety upgrades and improvements to the MBTA's green line may be coming your way in the near future. BU news reporter Justin Shrair has this story from Commonwealth Avenue, in Boston.
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BU News Service

Ballot Question 3 – The Casinos

Casinos could be coming to Massachusetts in the near future. And the question remains, will Massachusetts voters fold, or go all in on their vote to have multiple casinos built in the bay state.
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BU News Service

Ballot Question 1 – The Gas Tax Index

This year, Massachusetts has four ballot questions to vote on. Boston University News Reporter John-Michael Sedor spoke to a member of Tank the Gas Tax, to find more about ballot question 1.
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BU Culture Shock

The Day of the Dead

A poem. The post The Day of the Dead appeared first on Culture Shock.
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The Quad

Live Review: Slowdive at Royale

It’s getting harder and harder for me to get excited about reunions. For whatever reason–the lucrative festival scene, the downfall of album sales as a viable way to make money, […]
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BU Culture Shock

The Ghoul

The ghoul lived in the folds of the laundry heap. Its eyes were melting and its mouth lolled. The post The Ghoul appeared first on Culture Shock.
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Tom Menino: A Retrospective

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The Quad

The Best Time to Talk About Vaginas Is All the Time

By Andrea Van Grinsven “I was worried about what we think about vaginas, and even more worried that we don’t think about them,” said Haley Jakobson (CFA ’15) as the […]
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BU Culture Shock

An A+ a Day Keeps Depression Away

But not really. The post An A+ a Day Keeps Depression Away appeared first on Culture Shock.
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The Quad

Understanding Our Response to Sexist Carl’s Jr. Commercials

By Ella Torres In a room of over one hundred students, some sitting on the floor or cramped in a corner to get a seat, Esther Thorson illustrated the complexity […]
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BU Today

BU Mourns Loss of Former Mayor Menino (Hon.’01)

Thomas Menino (Hon.'01), mayor of Boston from 1993 to 2014, died Thursday morning at Brigham and Women’s Hospital a week after announcing his decision to stop treatment for the cancer that he’d been battling for almost a year.
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BU Today

Menino’s Time at BU: Cut Short, but Indelible

Former Mayor Thomas Menino’s time at Boston University was short, but he leaves an indelible impression with his fellow faculty, students, and staff. Signing on last February to co-direct the Initiative on Cities, Menino (Hon.’01) spoke often about the shock of shifting gears from the around-the-clock responsibilities and trials of running a city to the […]
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A Cup of Tea

Let's sit and have some tea. The post A Cup of Tea appeared first on Culture Shock.
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BU Culture Shock

Numinous Memory

"She was delicate, newly born yet standing firmly on two feet supported by centuries of love and sacrifice." The post Numinous Memory appeared first on Culture Shock.
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