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A Look at Ballot Question Two: Water Bottle Law

You may start seeing a price increase for your favorite beverages.
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Musings on a Southern City

A short walk through my city The post Musings on a Southern City appeared first on Culture Shock.
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The Quad

Album Review: Jawbreaker – 24 Hour Revenge Therapy (Reissue)

Not many punk bands are as iconic as Jawbreaker. The Bay Area group–together from 1986 to 1996–has inspired everything from amazing reggae tributes to the super great but sorta ungooglable […]
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The Quad

Could a Lesson From New Zealand Fix America’s Gridlock?

By Michael Whitesides More and more, Americans are deciding to do something else with their time on Election Day. Only 37.8 percent of Americans voted in the 2010 midterm elections; […]
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maybe the Earth

A poem. The post maybe the Earth appeared first on Culture Shock.
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Former Boston Mayor Thomas Menino to suspend cancer treatment, book tour

Former Boston Mayor Thomas Menino, who has served as the co-director of Boston University’s Initiative on […] The post Former Boston Mayor Thomas Menino to suspend cancer treatment, book tour appeared first on The Daily Free Press.
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Daily Free Press

MBTA proposes changes to Green Line stops on BU campus

Approximately 60 city and state officials and community members convened Thursday evening in the Commonwealth Salon […] The post MBTA proposes changes to Green Line stops on BU campus appeared first on The Daily Free Press.
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Daily Free Press

BU reaches greenhouse gas emission goal six years early

Due to extensive efforts addressing climate change and sustainability, Boston University announced Wednesday that they achieved […] The post BU reaches greenhouse gas emission goal six years early appeared first on The Daily Free Press.
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BU Today

Be Seduced: CFA Stages Carmen

Georges Bizet’s lusty opera Carmen has been seducing audiences for nearly a century and a half. With a captivating score and one of the most famous arias ever written—the irresistible “Habanera”—Carmen is the story of a doomed affair between a sultry gypsy and a Spanish soldier. The College of Fine Arts is wrapping up its […]
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BU Today

Men’s Hockey Terriers Open at Home Tonight

With 5 NCAA championships, 7 Hockey East championships, and a record 29 Beanpot titles in their past, “never again” might seem an unlikely  mantra for the 2014–15 BU men’s ice hockey team. But after last year’s disappointing 10-21-4 season, which saw the Terriers lose in round one of both the men’s Beanpot tournament and the […]
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BU Today

High Protein to Lower Blood Pressure

This story was originally published on the BU Research website. Nearly one-third of Americans suffer from high blood pressure. The condition is so common that we sometimes forget that it’s also serious and may lead to heart disease, stroke, and kidney failure. Some risk factors for high blood pressure, like obesity and smoking, are well […]
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The Meaning of Ink

Don't ask me about my tattoos, because I probably don't want to tell you about them. The post The Meaning of Ink appeared first on Culture Shock.
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BU Culture Shock

What is Reality?

Well, it depends, are you talking about my reality or your reality? The post What is Reality? appeared first on Culture Shock.
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BU Culture Shock

The Universal Fear

Thurman's understanding of fear. The post The Universal Fear appeared first on Culture Shock.
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Suffolk Downs

Suffolk Downs race track crossed the final finish line, closing down after more than 79 years. Here's a look back at the last race day.
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BU News Service

DC Non-Profit Helps Immigrants Adjust

D.C correspondent Noelia Valero reports on a non-profit organization that helps immigrants adjust and integrate into the U.S.
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BU News Service

Baker, Coakley Square Off In Gubernatorial Debate

Martha Coakley and Charlie Baker discuss the important issues in the Massachusetts gubernatorial race at a WGBH/Boston Globe debate.
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BostInno

This Boston University Student is Trying to Make a Difference One iOS App at a Time

Alexandrea Mellen developed her first iPhone application during her sophomore year at Boston University. At the time, she was building what she needed. One year and three apps later, she is focused on building what everyone else needs, dedicated...
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WE’VE MOVED HOUSE!

Hello, dear readers. The FreeP Blog, now known as the Now, has moved house to the Daily Free Press network. Please check us out at http://blog.dailyfreepress.com!Filed under: Uncategorized
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