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FINAL WORD: A letter from the editor

At this very moment in time, I would argue, student journalists are caught in one of the most difficult situations of any type of student. We are asked to keep up with modern trends, and criticized by the traditionalists when we strive too far outside the box. We are asked to hold ourselves to the […]

RYAN: Obama on offense

President takes a small step in the right direction on collegiate sexual assault As the semester winds down, I’ve packed up my Communist Manifesto and pictures of Karl Marx. My Femi-Nazi t-shirts are neatly folded next to the condoms I’ve been handing out to middle schoolers and the SPF 100 sunscreen for my white privilege. However, amid […]

SHEA: With a sigh

The impeding date of graduation makes me feel as if I’m being led on stage for an unprepared yet complicated performance. I’m just not ready. It’s not that I have a bleak or unknown future ahead of me: I have been accepted to multiple graduate programs and have the privilege of continuing to do what […]

HOFBERG: Hogwarts online

Do you have access to Wi-Fi and dreams of becoming a real-life witch or wizard? Well, now that Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry is offering online courses, you can. Although I wish I were kidding, I’m not. It used to be that if you wanted to get to Hogwarts, you would need to make […]

RUTH: #Half2Home

Too often, college students are faced with the perilous question, “what will you do after graduation?” And it doesn’t make it any better when that question surfaces on daily as you near the end of your education at Boston University. If you’re like College of Communication junior Benjamin Masters, then you’ve decided that you’re not […]