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Recycling a work in active progress

Recently, recycling has been getting a lot of coverage in The Daily Free Press but a lot of important information has been left out. The articles that appeared in the paper on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of last week implied that students aren’t doing anything to pressure the administration. I would like to emphasize that […]

Suction scams and the ways they pay

Diet crazes have been sweeping the nation for the past few years, and I want in. Now I’m sure many of you may argue that I don’t technically have a degree in nutrition or health sciences or anything of the sort, but to you people I say, “Shut up and call someone who cares. Preferably […]

Union at work

For all the recent publicity surrounding the Student Union, I feel I must respond to some of the criticism. Yes, when the slate was elected last spring, we set forth some idealistic goals that have yet to be fully realized. But the recent resignations of three members did not, for the most part, have anything […]

BU looks for critical victory

It’s been a season filled with ups and downs. The Boston University men’s basketball team (9-11, 5-7 America East) began its season on fire, winning four of its first five games. Since then, the Terriers have struggled with flurries of losses. Having been on the losing end of seven of their last 10 games, including […]

Swimmers rally to capture emotional win

Sometimes, all it takes is one meet to prove the dedication, effort and desire of a team during the season. And sometimes it takes two. After a thrilling victory on Jan. 31 over Boston College, the Boston University men’s swimming team dug down deep for an emotional come-from-behind victory over host University of Rhode Island, […]