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Editor of Emerson humor magazine claims ignorance

After Emerson College students leveled hate speech accusations last night against the staff of the college’s humor magazine, Hyena, Editor Matt LaTorre publicly apologized to anyone who felt offended by the publication’s content. However, LaTorre did not apologize for printing Hyena’s racist, sexist, sacrilegious and homophobic remarks. “I would like to apologize to the people […]

Berkey thanks student leaders for being ‘fabric’ of campus life

Members of the administration thanked representatives from some of the more than 350 student groups and organizations on campus for their continued involvement last night at Boston University’s annual Student Leaders Dinner at the George Sherman Union. “This is an evening for recognition and celebration,” said Provost and College of Arts and Sciences Dean Dennis […]

Snowfall turns students’ thoughts to warmer places

He’s seen it many times before, but with every falling flake, the sight of snow becomes more abominable for William Shroeder. “I looked like a snowman [Monday] when I got home from classes,” said Shroeder, a College of General Studies sophomore. “As soon as the first day of winter comes, I get depressed.” “The longer […]

Wildlife advocates seek spots on board

A new bill facing committee in the state Legislature could change the way the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife Board selects its members, thus creating a more diverse representation of experts. The measure awaits hearings in the Natural Resources Committee after being drafted and sponsored in early December of last year. The bill, whose lead […]