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Firemen remove the leaking bottle of hydrochloric acid in a secure environment. PHOTO BY KELSEY CRONIN/DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF

Gallery: Hazmat Emergency in Kenmore Area

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GALLERY: #MarchForBernie

GALLERY: #MarchForBernie

[mediagrid cat=”26666″] People of all ages gathered Saturday afternoon in the Boston Common to show support for the Bernie Sanders presidential campaign during a #MarchForBernie organized by members of Socialist Alternative. The march began at the Boston Common bandstand, traveled around the Common and ended at the steps of the Massachusetts State House. PHOTOS BY SARAH SILBIGER/DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF

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Gallery: Jingle Ball 2015

Gallery: Jingle Ball 2015

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Orientation 2014

Orientation 2014

[rawr] [/rawr] Welcome to Boston University, Class of 2018! The editors here at The Daily Free Press have put together a guide to the university and city with information you should know about now and what to do once you arrive on campus. Click on the images to navigate your way through your Orientation Guide.

You’re Here: Now What?

You’re Here: Now What?

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Preparing for BU

Preparing for BU

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Top Ten Study Spots

Top Ten Study Spots

The city of Boston has so many interesting venues, museums, schools and colleges and things to do that it can become easy to forget why students attend Boston University in the first place: to go to school. Studying when the lure of the city calls can be a drag, but luckily, there are a variety of intriguing study spots on- […]

Make Way for Duck Boats: A Recap of Boston Sports 2013-2014

Make Way for Duck Boats: A Recap of Boston Sports 2013-2014

There are few cities that can boast of hosting the world’s oldest annual marathon and winning eight national championships in a 13-year stretch, but then again, there are few sports cities quite like Boston. A World Series parade and the 118th Boston Marathon were just a few of the many sporting events that BU students were able to experience during […]

BU Student’s Guide to the T

As a student at Boston University, a primary way of getting around the city – aside from walking – will be public transportation. The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority runs subways, buses, commuter rails and boats that can get you anywhere you need to go in this city and its surrounding towns. Students every day use the subway system. There are […]

A BU Student’s Guide to Local Concert Venues

Agganis Arena When it isn’t hosting the BU men’s hockey or basketball teams, Agganis Arena boasts its share of high-profile performers right on campus. Last year, artists such as Arctic Monkeys, Ellie Goulding, Queens of the Stone Age, J. Cole  and The Flaming Lips performed at Agganis. Bastille is scheduled to stop by Oct. 13. 925 Commonwealth Ave., Boston Brighton […]