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Students sacrifice nutrition in search of the cheap meal

How many times have you walked into your kitchen absolutely starving? That taste for something satisfying is so strong it’s making your teeth hurt, but when you pry open your cabinet, you sadly discover nothing but your bare cupboards. Money was tight this month and instead of food shopping, you opted to go out three […]

After stellar career, Enos is headed for the pros

All you Boston University women’s soccer fans who thought your days of seeing Deidre Enos streaking down Nickerson Field were over should think again. The senior forward was selected by the Philadelphia Charge of the Women’s United Soccer Association in the league’s supplemental draft on Sunday. “[Everyone in the program] is very, very happy for […]

Slain boy’s father steps up

Three and a half years after 10-year-old Jeffrey Curley, of East Cambridge, was found raped and murdered in Maine’s Great Works River, his father Robert Curley’s efforts have made the Bay State’s children safer. The public got its first glimpse of the “Knowing My 8 Rules for Safety” posters that will brighten Boston schools at […]

Turner ignited Terriers with 36-point performance

The Terriers have looked everywhere for leadership this season. When co-captain Billy Collins went down earlier in the season with a foot injury, the Terriers lost valuable points, rebounds and, most importantly, a floor leader. Each game since, a different player has had to step up his game. BU shot 58 percent from the field […]

BU Academy grooms students for college

They are some of the best and brightest students in New England, ranking higher than most on standardized tests, following instruction from a distinguished faculty. And being located at the campus heart of a major urban university, students of the Boston University Academy also get an education in the college life. Just west of the […]