Monday, April 21, 2014
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Rainer Maria rocks the GSU

Metcalf Hall is usually empty. Last Friday, it was filled with 400 people who had paid a mere $5 to hear Rainer Maria rock the George Sherman Union ballroom along with special guests Engine Down, Faraquet and the Great Collector. The record release show marked the beginning of Rainer Maria’s east coast tour, kicking off […]

SHELFS shipping unwanted books abroad

Standing in line waiting to sell back her books, Jenelle Radosta was disappointed when most of her books weren’t bought back. Not wanting to hold on to her books or send them to the garbage dump, Radosta decided to help those less fortunate and send them across the ocean. Radosta, a junior in the School […]

A Union uninformed

Monday night, a call was made on the floor of the Student Union for an accounting of the body’s activities and expenditures of the year. Sophomore Senator Kirsten Lundeen, representing the College of General Studies, requested a formal report from Union committees and the Executive Board. She said, “I am unclear of everything that goes […]

Housing plan homer

An alternative to the current plan for a new Fenway Park for the Red Sox would involve the acquisition of private and public land, and carry a price tag of up to $700 million in public funds. The destruction of existing businesses, a tangle of construction work and its ever-present companions: noise and traffic, and […]

Concept of choice, conception of life

I found it funny that David Hill (“Dismayed at abortion defense” Jan. 30) was so dismayed at the defense of choice by a women’s group. I mean, isn’t that what they do? They support women’s rights, don’t they? The thing is, so do many other people, so I don’t understand how he could be so […]