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CAMPUS CRIME LOGS: Feb. 3 – Feb. 9

The following reports were taken from the Boston University Police Department crime logs from Feb. 3 to Feb. 9. Marijuana citation On Feb. 3 at 7:39 p.m., a student was cited for marijuana possession at 277 Babcock Street. Suspicious person A student was approached by a man at 2 Silber Way on Jan. 19 at […]

Students collect signatures to save BU Wrestling

Members of the Boston University community collected over 1,000 signatures for a petition to defend BU’s wrestling program in a Save BU Wrestling cross-campus campaign Friday. Since BU Athletics officials announced that the wrestling program would be cut after its 2013-14 season, BU students, alumni and supporters of the program across the country have banded […]

New scholarship offers aid to Dreamers

Although schools such as Boston University welcome students from diverse backgrounds, the federal government’s inability to provide financial aid for students under the provisions of the Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors Act has inspired the creation of a special higher education scholarship program. “‘Dreamers’ … do not qualify for many of the most […]

Senior Semester offers extended lineup of events for Class of 2014

To send Boston University seniors off in a more meaningful and memorable fashion, the Student Activities Office has extended the length of what was formerly known as Senior Week to include more activities. The new lineup of activities is called Senior Semester, said SAO Associate Director Raul Fernandez. “We know that in the fall we […]

Tuition hikes due to rising employee benefit costs, study suggests

Rising prices of college tuition at institutions of higher education such as Boston University are likely due to rising costs in employee benefits, according to a recent study conducted by researchers from the American Institutes for Research’s Delta Cost Project. Donna Desrochers, principal researcher at AIR and coauthor of the study, said benefit costs played […]