We, the three-headed dachshund that is ThingFight, are afraid of almost everyone. Authority figures, people handing out Honest Tea, friends motioning to give us high-fives . . . you name it, we are afraid of it.
On behalf of WTBU, we were happy to see the coverage of Boston University’s annual Dance Marathon on the front page of The Daily Free Press’s website this morning.
The 2008 presidential election has been over for months, but former Weather Underground member Bill Ayers is still causing controversy. Boston College’s decision to rescind its invitation to Ayers to speak at an event titled ‘The State of Democracy in America’ shows that BC is more concerned about its own image rather than the academic interest of its students.
The options presented to Boston University students for this year’s Student Union elections are slim, even if the candidates are younger than usual. This year’s Union has disappointed by failing to enact policies that really matter to BU students with any sort of promptness or timeline, and students deserve a wide range of choices to reverse this course.
College libraries are usually packed around this time of year as students begin to embark on researching their final papers, but thanks to the growing amount of library materials available online, students are finding it much more convenient to seek out information from their dormitory computers.