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Reading is fundamental

There is something dangerously wrong with the attitudes and trends prevalent on the everyday streets of this great country, and I believe it can all be traced to one evil, sinister source: reality television. Reality television is having a dumbening effect upon our nation, and no one is immune. There was a time when I […]

Collins’ recovery continues

The day started out well. The Boston University men’s basketball team had just beaten the University of Vermont at The Roof that afternoon to even its record at 8-8, and the Terriers had just enjoyed their post-game meal. For sophomore co-captain Billy Collins, the win featured one of his best performances of the season. Collins […]

Hoopsters look to Towson to stop skid

Sometimes, things just don’t work out as they are planned. You could say that this season for the Boston University women’s basketball team is one of those things. The Terriers are in the midst of a nine-game losing streak that has left them with a 5-15 record (2-9 America East). If the Terriers are to […]

Beanpot the way it was meant to be

With the snow falling heavily outside the FleetCenter, the Beanpot, a staple of the Massachusetts sports scene, was underway. The snow might have kept some away, but it added to the atmosphere of the tournament (unless you were driving). This is a local tournament, played in relative obscurity throughout the nation, but for Boston the […]

Profs feel safe despite Dartmouth slayings

While few details remain known regarding the apparent double-murder of two Dartmouth College professors in their home last week, professors at Boston University said the incidents touched them personally, but do not feel especially endangered in their dealings with college students. On the night of Jan. 27, a friend of Half and Susanne Zantop reportedly […]