About this time two years ago, Andy Warren was furiously busy, organizing application material to send to colleges. Wherever he ended up going, he wanted to get into the film department, and that required a resume of sorts — Warren included a film script. Warren was so pressed for time that he wrote a 100-page […]
Superbowl commercials were always the celery sticks next to your buffalo wings: tasty and just perfectly complementary with bleu cheese. They were an accessory to the most anticipated game of the year. However, it seemed the commercials were the only thing worth keeping the television on last Sunday night. This year’s Superbowl commercials were witty, […]
Coming into this season, a stifling defense and a little scoring touch were forecasted as the two areas that would carry the Terriers to a successful 2000-01 campaign. And while things haven’t exactly gone according to the Master Plan, the Terriers are on a modest three-game winning streak, with the last two wins over No. […]
Boston University Youth Alliance for Housing held its first educational forum at the College of Arts and Sciences last night to educate students about Boston housing issues and universities’ effects on them. “We started this group because there’s a really serious problem going on in the country and especially in Boston,” said CAS junior Mark Greenfield.
A brief history lesson on golf: The oldest course in the world is Saint Andrews in Scotland, where golf was first recognized as a sport. It is said to have been used as early as the 16th century. Back then, women were rarely let out of the house for any type of recreation, so it […]