Sunday, April 20, 2014
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A recent study showed that one in three Bostonians would choose their cell phones over their sex lives. We got to thinking: What other things would members of our community forsake sex for?

FORSTER, GLANDER AND SAUER: The devil’s trail mix

When I first came to college, I was determined to have a substance-free experience. However, after my freshman year, I’m not sure it’s possible to have fun in college without drugs and alcohol. Help me, Nancies. You’re my only hope.

STAFF EDIT: Easy readers

In this wired age, the term ‘citizen journalist’ has taken a media foothold more than ever as opinionated onlookers are no longer limited to paltry letters to the editor thanks to online outlets such as blogs and Twitter.

STAFF EDIT: Owning up

Boston University President Robert Brown addressed the Student Union and some 60 attendees Tuesday evening, addressing campus matters through a positive lens.

MAOUYO: Boy meets feminist

Over the past few weeks, I’ve started to elicit groans from friends in response to some of my comments ‘- probably because they aren’t feminists. If you’ve got your wits about you, I did in fact just say that I’m (turning into) a feminist; if you don’t, well, I just said it, so there.