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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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Daily Free Press

Boston University students live in hotel due to housing overflow

While Boston University guarantees four-year housing for all students, some international and exchange students are receiving […] The post Boston University students live in hotel due to housing overflow appeared first on The Daily Free Press.
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Daily Free Press

Republican gubernatorial candidate Charlie Baker addresses issues facing children, MA Health Connector

This is the fourth part in a five-part series of interviews with the Massachusetts gubernatorial candidates. […] The post Republican gubernatorial candidate Charlie Baker addresses issues facing children, MA Health Connector appeared first on The Daily Free Press.
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Daily Free Press

Harvard-based prayer vigil rallies for civil rights in Massachusetts ballot questions

Stand for Democracy, an Harvard University-based group dedicated to maintaining the public’s right to vote, sponsored […] The post Harvard-based prayer vigil rallies for civil rights in Massachusetts ballot questions appeared first on The Daily Free Press.
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BU Today

Alcohol Enforcement Patrol Stats 2014

With the new semester, BU has resumed its campaign against alcohol abuse, bolstering police patrols of known party neighborhoods, citing students for public intoxication, dispersing loud parties—and crucially, publicizing statistics on booze-control efforts by University, Boston, and Brookline police. The graphic above shows last weekend’s enforcement statistics. See statistics from prior weekends below.
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BU Today

The Secret’s in the Spit

This story was originally published on the BU Research website. A diagnosis of celiac disease means a life without crusty bread, chewy bagels, or fluffy pancakes. When someone with celiac disease eats gluten—a protein found in wheat, rye, and barley—the immune system overreacts, damaging the small intestine. The damage can lead to serious long-term health […]
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BU Today

T May Eliminate Two Green Line B Stops

First the good news: in the future the T may move a little faster along the stretch of Commonwealth Avenue that is the spine of the Charles River Campus. Now the bad news: BU students may also have to walk a little farther to catch the T. A proposal by the MBTA to eliminate four […]
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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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Comments on Common Chinglish

Is Chinglish itself a culture to preserve? The post Comments on Common Chinglish appeared first on Culture Shock.
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The Quad

Mystery of Rebirth: An Interview with Keith Lowe

By Michael Whitesides Keith Lowe is a well-known historian, lecturer, and author of numerous books about post-war Germany. He recently gave a lecture titled “The Phoenix Century — Myths of […]
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The Quad
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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I (Don’t Wanna) O U

I know I'm lucky to have a roof over my head, but it's hard to be around people who can take that for granted. The post I (Don’t Wanna) O U appeared first on Culture Shock.
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Merging Art, Science

For 30 years Daniel Jay has kept his science career and his art career safely hidden from each other. Like two electrons, they were to never meet.
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Mostly Sex Stuff

On women in comedy and my love affair with Amy Schumer. The post Mostly Sex Stuff appeared first on Culture Shock.
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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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Daily Free Now

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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