Thursday, April 24, 2014
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INTERROBANG

A Lincoln, Neb. mother frantically searched for her missing 3-year old son only to find him stuck in an arcade crane machine. We here at the ol’ Free Press were wondering where people at BU might find themselves stuck. COM: In a statistics class CFA: In an existential crisis CGS: In a paper bag SAR: […]

EDIT: Reassigning for a purpose

If a teenage girl wanted a nose job or a moderately overweight man sought liposuction, chances are their healthcare providers would tell them they’re on their own. However, a new proposal suggests that gender reassignment surgery, which like cosmetic surgery, is often regarded as a personal choice, is medically urgent enough to be covered by […]

RYAN: Don’t tax me, bro

This year has been full of firsts for me. It’s my first year away from home, my first job, my first roommate. It was the first time I had to buy my own textbooks and the first (and second and third) time I ever skipped a class. It was also the first time I watched […]

SHEA: No regrets

I’ve never been one to say that I live with no regrets. Some people say this proudly, as if it’s an achievement that they are so far in denial about the accomplishments they could have made, but did not. There is room for editing in all aspects of life. I would give a lot for […]

EDIT: Self-rehabilitation

In 1999, Cornealious ‘Mike’ Anderson robbed a St. Louis Burger King. He was convicted and condemned to 13 years in a Missouri state prison. He posted bail, filed an appeal and after the appeal failed, then waited in his home for law enforcement to arrest him to enforce his sentence. However, the arrest came a […]