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A refreshing breath

Breathalyzer tests used as a determent against high school drinking are a reason for parents and administrators to breathe a sigh of relief. This option should be considered by any school district that wants to see drunken distractions in the classroom and at school-sponsored events reduced and unnecessary dangers to their student bodies removed. However, […]

Our man Moakley

After 15 terms and tireless labor, Sen. Joseph Moakley (D-Mass.) has come near the close of his congressional career. Moakley has spent more than 30 years turning his dreams for a better state into reality. His efforts were among the most admirable on Capitol Hill, ranging from local economic development to international human rights. Moakley […]

How should end be sought?

The editorial

Student opinion just as justified

I am writing in response to a letter from Alan Marscher, associate dean of CAS

TERRIERS TAPPED OUT

It had to happen at some point. Boston College had to win a Beanpot championship at some point, its last triumph coming in 1994. Boston University had to lose a Beanpot game at the FleetCenter at some point. The Terriers’ streaks of six consecutive ’Pot championships and 14 games overall had to end at some […]