‘ The aftermath of the death of former United States Sen. Edward Kennedy leaves an open seat in Congress and a question mark on the ethics of Boston Democrats.
Stretched straight over two miles of Commonwealth Avenue, Boston University’s Charles River campus is anything but traditional. And yet by train, bus, bicycle and foot, its thousands of students manage to get from point to point ‘- most of them on time, even ‘- every day.
When The Daily Free Press asked City Councilor-At-Large and former mayoral candidate Sam Yoon why Boston might re-elect Thomas Menino for a fifth term, Yoon responded it would be because ‘Boston wasn’t ready for change.’
After 16 years of Mayor Thomas Menino, Boston hangs at a standstill in terms of progress. A city once rooted in a history of tradition, it transforms more and more every year as colleges grow and diversity flourishes.
When Ian Koneigsknef was diagnosed with a probable case of H1N1 and urged to leave behind his room in Myles Standish Hall in order to ride out his illness in quarantine on the second floor of Danielsen Hall, his story corroborated Thursday’s Daily Free Press article regarding the mysterious activity.