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No. 2 Terriers host struggling Minutemen in rematch of season opener

The last time the No. 2 Boston University men’s hockey team played the University of Massachusetts […] The post No. 2 Terriers host struggling Minutemen in rematch of season opener appeared first on The Daily Free Press.
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No. 7 women’s hockey travels to Connecticut for third straight Hockey East matchup

After a whirlwind weekend with back-to-back games against the University of Vermont, the No. 7 Boston […] The post No. 7 women’s hockey travels to Connecticut for third straight Hockey East matchup appeared first on The Daily Free Press.
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Women’s basketball tries to snap four-game skid in game against Lehigh

The Boston University women’s basketball team will look to break out of a four-game skid Saturday […] The post Women’s basketball tries to snap four-game skid in game against Lehigh appeared first on The Daily Free Press.
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BU Today

Where to Watch the Super Bowl

After the monster snowstorm that clobbered Boston and much of New England with more than two feet of snow earlier this week, there’s probably no place better to be right now than Phoenix, Ariz. The perpetually warm, reliably sunny city is hosting Super Bowl XLIX on Sunday, which is expected to draw a TV audience […]
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BU Today

Huntington’s The Second Girl Shadows O’Neill

In his new play The Second Girl, Ronan Noone turns Eugene O’Neill’s classic Long Day’s Journey into Night upside down, taking things from the parlor to the kitchen to illuminate the trials of the Tyrone family’s two Irish immigrant servant girls and the chauffeur as the family’s drama unfolds upstairs. The Huntington Theatre Company is […]
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BU Today

A Look Back at Juno

It began slowly Monday afternoon. And like an uninvited guest, it hung around far too long. When it finally departed late Tuesday night, the massive blizzard nicknamed Juno had dumped 24.6 inches of snow in Boston, making it the Hub’s sixth biggest snowstorm in 80 years. The storm, which was accompanied by strong winds and […]
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BU News Service

VIDEO: Work, Play, Dig

Work, Play, Dig. That was the 3 word mantra of most Bostonians bracing the city’s sixth-largest snowstorm. BU News Reporter Paul Dudley captured the snowy shutdown using a GoPro.
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BU News Service

Snowy Sounds From Hyde Square

For Jamaica Plain residents, there’s no place on Earth better to spend a snow day than at the neighborhood’s favorite watering hole, The Brendan Behan Pub. BU News Service reporter Rebecca Sananes spoke with those who came in flocks on cross-country skis and snowshoes to the local Hyde Square gem.
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BU Culture Shock

Uncomfortable

What you do when you feel like you're never in the right place. The post Uncomfortable appeared first on Culture Shock.
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CES 2015

BU News Service traveled to Las Vegas to check out the latest in tech at the Consumer Electronics Show.
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BU News Service

Social Media Recap: Juno Wallops Boston

Juno, the whiteout that paralyzed the Northeast, wreaked major havoc in Massachusetts. But for some it was a time to enjoy the outdoors. Here's a look at how it all unfolded on social media.
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BU Culture Shock

Little Hiccups

Twisted absurdities. Warped edges. People are so strange with their habits and their routines. The post Little Hiccups appeared first on Culture Shock.
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BostInno

BU Students Cancel the 2015 Snowbrawl Due to Safety Concerns

(From the 2014 Snowbrawl; Image via Sarah Fisher) Not even Boston University's 2015 Snowbrawl could weather the impending storm. As of Monday morning, students were preparing to have "the most epic snowbrawl in history." In the hours to follow,...
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BU Culture Shock

The New Year Dilemma

Change the nature of your New Year's Resolutions. The post The New Year Dilemma appeared first on Culture Shock.
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BU Culture Shock

Our Life Stories

In no more than six words. The post Our Life Stories appeared first on Culture Shock.
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BU Culture Shock

Things I’ve Learned From My 1.5 Year Old Nephew

Hanging out with a tiny human who has been relatively untrained by society is a friendly reminder of some basic facts of life on Earth. The post Things I’ve Learned From My 1.5 Year Old Nephew appeared first on Culture Shock.
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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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