Saturday, April 19, 2014
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STAFF EDIT: Out of paper

Students who may have been expecting big things from the Boston University Student Union’s negotiation with administration to expand page allotment by next semester might be disappointed to learn that come January, they’ll still be limited to 100 free pages.

STAFF EDIT: In defense of dining halls

A possible new building on campus, the East Campus Center, is in talks by Boston University adminstration, the opening of which would call for the closing down of the dining halls in the three easternmost residences on campus, Myles Standish Hall, Shelton Hall and The Towers.

STAFF EDIT: Pride done right

Nestled right at the end of Bay State Road, across the street from Boston University’s Hillel House and ivy-covered Castle gathered two groups of people with very different agendas Tuesday afternoon, with only Granby Street, a few metal gates and a host of BU police officers separating them.

STAFF EDIT: Change of plans

Students planning to study abroad in Niger next semester may have to change their plans, according to an email sent to them by Boston University administration notifying of the possibility of the program being cancelled.

STAFF EDIT: Fighting the good fight

President Barack Obama will address the nation tonight and formally announce his plans to send a surge of up to 35,000 additional troops to Afghanistan. This figure represents about 1 percent of the population of the United States ‘- a staggering amount, considering how many troops have already come and gone to Afghanistan and how many are there right now.