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BU President Brown testifies at City Council hearing about campus diversity

After receiving a subpoena to appear before the Boston City Council, Boston University President Robert Brown […] The post BU President Brown testifies at City Council hearing about campus diversity appeared first on The Daily Free Press.
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Daily Free Press

First LGBT group to march in South Boston’s St. Patrick’s Day parade

The South Boston Allied War Veterans Council decided Monday in a 5-4 vote to include the […] The post First LGBT group to march in South Boston’s St. Patrick’s Day parade appeared first on The Daily Free Press.
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Daily Free Press

Team USA forward Jack Eichel makes most of game against Terrier teammates

For the first time in 10 years, a member of the Boston University men’s hockey team […] The post Team USA forward Jack Eichel makes most of game against Terrier teammates appeared first on The Daily Free Press.
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BU Culture Shock

A Survivor’s Guide to the Holidays: How to Handle the Relatives when Single

I see myself as a bit of an experienced soldier in relationship interrogation. Here are some things that have gotten me through it. The post A Survivor’s Guide to the Holidays: How to Handle the Relatives when Single appeared first on Culture Shock.
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BU Culture Shock

Mommy Dearest

I don't drink during the holidays. The post Mommy Dearest appeared first on Culture Shock.
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The Quad

Advantages of Going to College in Boston

Going to college in the city is expensive. The price of attending Boston University is $45,686 for the 2014/2015 academic year, much more expensive than going to college in places like the South or Midwest. Going to school in a city like Boston gives you access to experiences that you don’t have in most places. “One of the […]
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BU Today

Discovering the Great Outdoors

Once the holidays are over, it’s time to put away the pie, the candy, and eggnog, shake off any ideas you have about winter hibernation, and get outdoors, regardless of what the thermostat says. Kristy Albano (GSM’15), a student in the Graduate School of Management’s Professional Evening MBA program, recently launched a new blog that […]
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BU Today

Holiday Greetings from BU Today

Today marks the end of final exams and the official conclusion of Fall Semester 2014, and with it, our final edition for the year. But we didn’t want to leave before wishing all of our readers a happy holiday season and a safe and restful intersession. We’ll resume publishing on Monday, January 12, 2015. Until […]
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BU Today

Walking in a Boston Wonderland

The weather outside may be frightful, but the thought of relaxing during winter break is beyond delightful. Today marks the last day of final exams. Residence halls close tomorrow, Saturday, December 20, at noon and will not reopen until 10 a.m. on Friday, January 16. Dining facilities close after dinner this evening and will reopen […]
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The Quad

‘The Battle of the Five Armies’ Fires and Misses

The Battle of the Five Armies is the concluding chapter of Peter Jackson’s trilogy, and assuming he doesn’t get his hands on the Silmarillion rights, the last film we can expect to see set in Middle-Earth. For die hard fans of The Hobbit trilogy, The Battle of the Five Armies will be a cinematic joy […]
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BU Culture Shock

Not True Evil

To label the supporters of ISIS as inherently evil is to ignore that they themselves are victims of a larger, more systemic evil—the institutionalization of religion for political gain. The post Not True Evil appeared first on Culture Shock.
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BU Culture Shock

The Modern Day Mythical Creature: Closure

How long another person chooses to love us can never be our decision. The post The Modern Day Mythical Creature: Closure appeared first on Culture Shock.
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BU News Service

Red Sox Go To Work On Rebuilding Starting Rotation

After learning the Red Sox were out of the running for Jon Lester’s services on Tuesday night, general manager Ben Cherington wasted no time rebuilding the rotation, filling the void left by the former ace signing a six-year, $155 million deal with the Chicago Cubs. In less than 48 hours, Cherington has acquired three starting [...]
BU News Service
BU News Service

12 Ways to Procrastinate During Finals Study Period

Yeah, you know you should be studying, but the interwebs beckon. Here's a list of top ways to put off the inevitable.
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BU News Service

Video: Boston Protests Grand Jury Decisions

Thousands demonstrate on Boston streets in protest of the New York Ferguson grand jury decisions. BU Service reporter Keiko Talley reports on the demonstrations.
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BU News Service

Thousands protest Eric Garner’s death – Photo Gallery

Thousands of demonstrators marched on Boston Streets in protest of a New York’s grand jury decision to not indict Daniel Pantaleo, a white male police officer whose chokehold on an unarmed black man, Eric Garner, led to Garner’s to death in Staten Island in July.
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