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BU defeats Yale in overtime, moves on in NCAA Tournament

MANCHESTER, New Hampshire — It took a late comeback, but the No. 3 Boston University men’s […] The post BU defeats Yale in overtime, moves on in NCAA Tournament appeared first on The Daily Free Press.
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An Open Letter to a Closed Heart

I wrote a letter to every crush I've ever had The post An Open Letter to a Closed Heart appeared first on Culture Shock.
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BU Culture Shock

Dear Maryland

Dear Maryland, I want to thank you for being home. The post Dear Maryland appeared first on Culture Shock.
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Track Zero

It's okay to be a loser! The post Track Zero appeared first on Culture Shock.
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SG slates debate community collaboration, involvement

The three slates running for executive board positions in the Boston University Student Government engaged in […] The post SG slates debate community collaboration, involvement appeared first on The Daily Free Press.
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Safer bike lanes to come to Comm. Ave, add to redesign

Existing bike lanes on Commonwealth Avenue will be replaced with protected bike lanes known as “cycle […] The post Safer bike lanes to come to Comm. Ave, add to redesign appeared first on The Daily Free Press.
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BU Today

BU Icemen Shoot for Their First National Championship since 2009

With their 30th Beanpot title and their 8th Hockey East Tournament Championship under their belt, the number two men’s hockey Terriers are ready for the first round of the NCAA tournament. This afternoon’s Northeast Regional game against Yale in Manchester, N.H., marks the first time the Terriers (27-7-5) have made it to the NCAA tournament since […]
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BU Today

Video Game Music…Classical Style

The people gathered in a room at the George Sherman Union on a recent weeknight to hear the Videri String Quartet weren’t your typical classical music audience. The small, mostly male crowd, dressed in hoodies and jeans, listened attentively, occasionally cheering in recognition as the four classically trained musicians played. Big fans of Mozart and Haydn? […]
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BU Today

Barriers Will Protect Cyclists from Comm Ave Traffic

After years of debate about how to make Commonwealth Avenue safer for cyclists, the city of Boston unveiled a plan Tuesday night to install a barrier that will separate bikers from motorists on the stretch of pavement between Packard’s Corner and the BU Bridge. The 6.5-foot-wide bike lanes on both sides of the avenue will […]
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What Taking Ballet Taught Me About Teaching

Gaining a new perspective into what it's like to be a student. The post What Taking Ballet Taught Me About Teaching appeared first on Culture Shock.
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BU News Service

BU to Face Yale in Opening Round of the NCAA Tournament

By Pat O’Rourke BU News Service The Hockey East champion BU Terriers will travel to Manchester, N.H., for the Northeast regional of the NCAA Tournament, where they are the top seed. The field was announced on Sunday afternoon. BU will take on Yale on Friday, puck drop slated for 2 p.m. Yale is making its [...]
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BU News Service

BU Championship Another Mark in Bounce-back Season

By Pat O’Rourke BU News Service The BU men’s hockey team won its first Hockey East title in six years on Saturday night, a 5-3 win over UMass-Lowell at the TD Garden. The Terriers (24-7-5) will be a one-seed in either the East or Northeast Regional of the NCAA Tournament, heavily favored to [...]
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BU News Service

BU Wins First Hockey East Title Since 2009

By Pat O’Rourke BU News Service In 2009, current BU men’s hockey coach David Quinn was an associate head coach to then-head man Jack Parker when BU won the Hockey East championship, a 1-0 decision over a UMass-Lowell team led by Blaise MacDonald, Quinn’s brethren on the Parker coaching tree.  Six long years later, the [...]
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BU News Service

Nowruz: the Persian New Year

While terror wreaked havoc in parts of the Middle East over the weekend, millions in the Persian world put their fears aside to celebrate the annual tradition of welcoming the season of spring, which is the symbol of new beginning. <iframe width=”100%” height=”166″ scrolling=”no” frameborder=”no” src=”https://w.soundcloud.com/player/?url=https%3A//api.soundcloud.com/tracks/197464972%3Fsecret_token%3Ds-oWiqp&amp;color=ff5500&amp;auto_play=false&amp;hide_related=false&amp;show_comments=true&amp;show_user=true&amp;show_reposts=false”></iframe> Nowruz, the Persian New Year is celebrated on the [...]
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The Quad

BU Hosts the ICCA

By Maritt Nowak You may have seen “Pitch Perfect,” but what’s the real story on collegiate a cappella? We have a lot of outstanding a cappella groups performing at BU, and three of them were represented as hosts and competitors in the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella Northeastern quarterfinals this year. You may remember […]
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Upcoming: Scott Weiland and the Wildabouts at Brighton Music Hall

First, Scott Weiland was the frontman and lyricist of Stone Temple Pilots, known for “Plush,” “Interstate Love Song,” and “Sour Girl.” Then, he was part of Velvet Revolver, with “Slither,” “Fall to Pieces,” and “The Last Fight.” He has been making music since 1992. He has two Grammy awards and has over 45 million records […]
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The Quad

Review: House of Cards Season 3

*Please note this article has spoilers for Season 3 of “House of Cards.”* After two seasons of political machinations and backstabbing — of the literal and figurative sense — Frank finally holds the highest seat in the land. The third season of “House of Cards” seeks to distance itself from the fun, albeit campy plot lines of […]
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