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EDIT: Supreme Decisions, Real World Consequences

The job of the U.S. Supreme Court is to apply the law to a set of […] The post EDIT: Supreme Decisions, Real World Consequences appeared first on The Daily Free Press.
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Daily Free Press

NGAI: Meninism: Making a Mockery of a Movement

My oh my, the meninist movement has got me feeling like we’ve all taken a step […] The post NGAI: Meninism: Making a Mockery of a Movement appeared first on The Daily Free Press.
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Daily Free Press

Dieudonne’s presence felt on boards for men’s basketball

Despite a 92-77 loss on Saturday afternoon to Bucknell University, the Boston University men’s basketball team […] The post Dieudonne’s presence felt on boards for men’s basketball appeared first on The Daily Free Press.
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BU Today

Are We Still on the Hook for Wall Street’s Screw-ups?

Ever since the market crash of 2008, observers of Wall Street have blamed the crisis largely on risky and little-understood financial transactions. Congress responded with the 2010 Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, aimed at reining in many of the practices of big finance. But hold the applause. The industry still has plenty […]
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BU Today

Applications Now Available for Yawkey Nonprofit Internship Program

A new Boston University program is offering an exciting opportunity for sophomores and juniors interested in the nonprofit field. Applications are now being accepted for the program, which will provide stipends for those who have lined up nonpaying internships with a nonprofit organization. The program is funded by the Yawkey Foundations, which pledged $10 million […]
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BU News Service

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 Today

Wednesday Classes Canceled on Charles River Campus and at SPH

As city workers continue to clear streets and sidewalks of more than two feet of snow, Boston University’s Charles River Campus remains closed on Wednesday. Student services such as FitRec and the George Sherman Union will be open, but all normal academic and administrative activities scheduled to take place on the Charles River Campus have […]
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BU News Service

Snow Plus Day Off = Fun

For some, the piles of snow and time off meant spending the day sledding and skiing on city streets.
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BU News Service

Storm Snarls Travel Plans

Juno put a crimp in plans for thousands of travelers seeking to get out from Logan airport.
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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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BostInno

BU Students Are Already Gearing Up for An Epic 'Snowbrawl'

(From the 2014 Snowbrawl; Image via Sarah Fisher) (Update, 5:15 p.m.: Boston University's 2015 Snowbrawl has been cancelled. More on that here.)  With a "historic storm" brewing, Boston University students are preparing to have "the most epic...
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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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BU Culture Shock

A Really Obscure and Vague Letter To Someone I Once Knew

Things I wish I'd said to you before. The post A Really Obscure and Vague Letter To Someone I Once Knew 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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