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Men’s basketball unveils 2014-15 schedule

The 2014-15 campaign may be considered a rebuilding year for the Boston University men’s basketball team, but the Terriers are taking no steps back in terms of their opponents. Fourth-year coach Joe Jones announced the team’s official schedule Monday, which is highlighted by a pre-season trip to Italy, several key non-conference matchups – including a […]
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BU Today

Learning from Boston’s Top Cop

Class by class, lecture by lecture, question asked by question answered, an education is built. This is one of a series of articles about visits to one class, on one day, in search of those building blocks at BU. Should police bust panhandlers for breaking the law? As Boston’s top cop, William Evans can’t answer […]
BU Today
BU Today

Free Shakespeare on the Boston Common

For nearly 20 years, the Commonwealth Shakespeare Company (CSC) has been treating Boston to free, fully staged Shakespeare plays on the Boston Common—part of its overall mission to bring the playwright’s works to all corners of the city’s diverse neighborhoods. It is, in short, Beantown’s equivalent of New York City’s Free Shakespeare in the Park […]
BU Today
BU Today

Free Pilates (and Snacks) Tonight

If you’ve been sitting hunched over at a desk all day, chances are you’re in need of a good stretch. Tonight, join an instructor from the Seaport Hotel’s Wave Health & Fitness for a free pilates class on Atlantic Wharf. Pilates emphasizes a focused awareness of the spine, proper breathing, core strength, and flexibility through […]
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Daily Free Press

Women’s basketball releases 2014-15 schedule

The Boston University women’s basketball team announced its schedule for the 2014-15 season, highlighting what should be both a challenging and exciting campaign for first-year coach Katy Steding and the Terriers. The Terriers, who posted a 13-20 record (7-11 Patriot League) last season, will face off against 20 teams who finished last year with 12 […]
Daily Free Press
Daily Free Press

Boston Marathon bombing suspect’s friend found guilty of obstruction of investigation

A friend of Boston Marathon bombing suspect, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, was convicted Monday of obstructing investigation into the terrorist attack that killed 3 people and injured more than 260 during the 2013 Boston Marathon. After about 14 hours of deliberations over three days, a 12-member jury in the U.S. District Court in South Boston found former […]
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BU Culture Shock

One Quarter Down

Just another reflection.
BU Culture Shock
BU Culture Shock

Speculations on Sunshine

Summer is the same, more or less, wherever you are. Quieter. Kinder. Slower.
BU Culture Shock
BU Culture Shock

It’s not a ****ing Allegory

Not everything needs to have a deeper meaning.
BU Culture Shock
BU Culture Shock

How I Learned to be a Girl

A.k.a. the evolution of peer pressure
BU Culture Shock
BU Culture Shock

The New Black

On being soft and scary.
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The Quad

April in Thirty Seconds

There are so many tiny, fleeting moments in life—beautiful, tragic, awkward, funny, ordinary moments. It’s hard to remember them all. That is why I’ve tasked myself with recording a second […]
The Quad
The Quad

Dreamworks Has Done it Again with ‘How To Train Your Dragon 2′

It’s always interesting to see how films tackle a sequel. There’s also the issue where they might take the formula of the original and simply add a new story to […]
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