Your fine article on Elie Wiesel’s speech (‘Wiesel week, p. 1′) in the Tuesday, Oct. 28 issue of The Daily Free Press was excellent.’ But there is one glaring mistake.
Letters to Editor
Christopher Santarelli’s column, (‘Silber’s Shadow,’ Oct. 27, p. 6) was interesting, and I agree that President emeritus John Silber should not be vilified as completely evil.
In yesterday’s editorial ‘Show us the green,’ (Oct. 16, p. 6) The Daily Free Press mentioned […]
For every Terriers’ home game, I saunter over to Agganis Arena to watch our men’s hockey team take on whoever else happens to be on the ice.
I’d like to thank the Daily Free Press for its recent brief on the economy (‘Rush for Student Aid,’ Oct. 10).
I agree that abortion is an identity issue, but it’s not about the voter’s identity as Catholic or otherwise.
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It was inevitable.’ The end of complimentary Boston Globe’s for BU students is just another sign of newspapers’ dwindling significance ‘-‘- at least in the printed form.
There are easy ways for a university to cut costs. Turning off the lights at night, or making sure the grass sprinklers aren’t on while it’s raining is a start.
There is no place to park your car in the Harvard Yard. Perhaps if someone had given us out-of-staters fair warning of this anomaly, the indigenous students of Boston wouldn’t be as insulted by our presence here.