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A Case for Justice

The story of how slavery re-emerged in the United States following the Civil War and lasting until World War II. The post A Case for Justice appeared first on Culture Shock.
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BU Culture Shock

The Secret Language of Apologies

#sorrynotsorry The post The Secret Language of Apologies appeared first on Culture Shock.
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Daily Free Press

Weather impedes recent grad’s Rhodes Scholarship interview plans

Boston University 2014 graduate Bethany Saul might be unable to get to New York on time […] The post Weather impedes recent grad’s Rhodes Scholarship interview plans appeared first on The Daily Free Press.
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Daily Free Press

Record highs for international student enrollment, study abroad

The number of international students in the United States and American students studying abroad is at […] The post Record highs for international student enrollment, study abroad appeared first on The Daily Free Press.
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Daily Free Press

Mass. ranks third best in addressing child homelessness

The National Center on Family Homelessness reported Monday that Massachusetts ranks third best in the nation […] The post Mass. ranks third best in addressing child homelessness appeared first on The Daily Free Press.
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BU Today

Sexual Misconduct Trainings Roll Out

One in five women is sexually assaulted while in college, and only 12 percent of survivors choose to report the crime to authorities, according to a recent White House report. The statistic is particularly meaningful when one considers that 60 percent of BU’s 30,000-strong student body is female. University officials had those numbers and more […]
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BU Today

Suicide Loss Survivors to Gather Tomorrow

In 2013, an acquaintance of Emmy Parks killed himself for unknown reasons. His death still weighs on her. “I think it’s because I was pretty much at the peak of my depression when it happened my senior year of high school—I was afraid that I would hurt myself, and it stuck with me,” Parks (CAS’16) […]
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BU News Service

Former Bruin Andrew Raycroft Finds Home In The Hockey East

Just a little over a decade ago, Andrew Raycroft was one of the most recognizable sports figures in Boston. A starting goaltender for the Bruins, Raycroft backstopped the B’s to the second-best record in the Eastern Conference during the 2003-04 season, earning the Calder Trophy as the NHL’s top rookie in the process. This past [...]
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BU News Service

United States Immigration Updates

Thursday may be THE day for millions of undocumented immigrants in the United States.
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Why don’t I know?!

"Read it; it's very worth reading. You might actually learn something about China," said my professor in a casual manner. The post Why don’t I know?! appeared first on Culture Shock.
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Life is Funny

I used to not like the way... The post Life is Funny appeared first on Culture Shock.
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Bringing it Home with Baseball

A tribute to baseball and home. The post Bringing it Home with Baseball appeared first on Culture Shock.
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BU Today

Holiday Etiquette: What You Need to Know

It’s Thanksgiving and you’re off to meet, and break bread with, your significant other’s family for the first time. Confused about house gifts, sleeping arrangements, phone etiquette? BU Today asked Miss Conduct, columnist for the Boston Globe magazine, to weigh in on some common dilemmas.
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The Quad

From Books to Blockbusters: Sacrifices for Screenplays

Upon hearing a book is being adapted into a film, most fans go into a frenzy. Questions of whether it will be as good, who will star in it and […]
The Quad
The Quad

A Weekend in the Berkshires

Last weekend, some friends and I decided to escape the city and explore the Berkshires in Western Massachusetts while there was still some fall foliage to enjoy. And once we got our […]
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BU News Service

Editor Offers Tips on Covering Tragedies

Boston Globe editor Jennifer Peter offered tips on covering a disaster to Boston University journalism students, drawing on her experience guiding the Globe's Pulitzer-winning coverage of the 2013.
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BU News Service

Sports Roundup: In Coaches Vs. Cancer, Fundraising Wins; Patriots Have Luck

The Boston University Men’s Basketball team played in the American Cancer Society Coaches Vs. Cancer Tripleheader at the TD Garden and the Patriots showed the Colts they are not ready for the big stage just yet.
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BostInno

BU's Adjunct Faculty Will Be Voting to Unionize Soon, But Officials Are Against It

Boston University's adjunct faculty will be voting in January on whether or not to unionize. The school's Provost and Chief Academic Officer Jean Morrison is speaking out against the action, however, arguing it's not in the best interest of the...
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The Quad

How ‘Good’ Is Your Porn?

Would you believe around 50 strangers spent a Wednesday night watching porn together in CGS’s Jacob Sleeper Auditorium? That’s exactly what happened when Megan Andelloux, a certified sexologist and sexuality […]
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