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I am lost.

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We Need Diverse Books—AND Scholarship

Legitimizing diverse literature shouldn't stop at children's books. The post We Need Diverse Books—AND Scholarship appeared first on Culture Shock.
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Media Continue to Battle Financial Woes

BU's Daily Free Press successfully raised funds to avert a financial crisis, but some outlets aren't weathering the troubled times.
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Protesters Complain Police Used Excessive Force

Protesters arrested at Ferguson demonstrations in Boston said police used excessive force on mostly peaceful marchers.
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The Overwhelming Nature of Caring

Sometimes I think it would be easier if I just didn't care about anything, but I do. The post The Overwhelming Nature of Caring appeared first on Culture Shock.
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Community Servings This Holiday Season

Reporter Supriya Muppala enters a volunteer kitchen that believes giving back is a mission served all year round. Community Servings helps families suffering from illnesses like AIDS and HIV.
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Receipts

We are what we purchase. The post Receipts appeared first on Culture Shock.
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The Ebola Question and How to Answer It

Four BU Professors discussed some hitherto neglected subjects regarding the Ebola crisis.
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Words for Ferguson

If you have the privilege to live with basic human rights in this country, listen and seek ways to support those who are oppressed. The post Words for Ferguson appeared first on Culture Shock.
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Little Different on Thanksgiving Despite Changes to Playoff System

Massachusetts has never been a place where traditions are kicked to the curb. Therefore, it comes as little shock that the revision of the high school football playoff system was hampered by a Thanksgiving Day tradition.
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Men’s basketball falls to UNH on road

Plagued by turnovers and an off-shooting night, the Boston University men’s basketball team fell to the […] The post Men’s basketball falls to UNH on road appeared first on The Daily Free Press.
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University Welcomes Discussion with City Council

President Robert A. Brown has told the Boston City Council that the University would be pleased to meet to offer additional testimony on the issue of diversity in institutions of higher education. In a letter written in response to a summons initiated by Councilor Tito Jackson demanding that he appear before the group next Tuesday, […]
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No. 1 Terriers fall in overtime against No. 18 Harvard

BU coach David Quinn’s comments following Tuesday night’s game against No. 18 Harvard University stood in […] The post No. 1 Terriers fall in overtime against No. 18 Harvard appeared first on The Daily Free Press.
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Daily Free Press

Boston residents, U.S. officials react to Ferguson grand jury decision

Following the Monday evening release of the St. Louis County grand jury’s decision not indict Ferguson […] The post Boston residents, U.S. officials react to Ferguson grand jury decision appeared first on The Daily Free Press.
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Celebrating Thanksgiving in Boston

If you’re not among the 26.4 million Americans expected to take to the air or the more than 46 million expected to hit the road this week to reach their Thanksgiving celebrations, don’t worry. Right here in Boston there are plenty of things to do, places to eat, and special events guaranteed to put you […]
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BU Today

Men’s Hockey Ranked #1 in National Polls

The Boston University men’s ice hockey team is ranked number one in the nation in the USA Today/USA Hockey and USCHO.com rankings, both released yesterday. The last time the Terriers topped both polls was in November 2010. This past weekend, the icemen swept their two league games, defeating the University of Maine (3-2 in overtime) […]
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Glowsticks, vibrators and condoms galore: sex ed in college

  By Samantha Mellman A crowd of students lined up outside Boston University’s College of General Studies the Tuesday night before Halloween eagerly awaiting the moment the doors would open […]
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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 […]
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