Everyone has one once in a while – or at least had one in his or her life. A lot of people have more than one and at different ages. Some people get their first one earlier than others. My first real one was in fifth grade.
Due to an unfathomably bizarre accident involving a speeding DeLorean and Christopher Lloyd, Randy was flung eons into the future last week. Until Lloyd can work out how to undo the error (he suspects it’ll take about 1.21 gigawatts), a Randy hurled back from the end of time will fill in on Pinion’s Opinions.
I’m hearing that student tickets for the Frozen Four will only be available to students via raffle. I must say, as a season ticket holder and loyal follower of the Boston University men’s hockey team for the five years I’ve been a student here, I am outraged.
I agree wholeheartedly with your call to battle of the ThingFighters and Eugene the Unicorn (‘DFP Today Endorsement: Student Union Needs ThingFighters,’ April 1). While I intend to take this election to a battle to the death in the Thunderdome, I feel that Eugene and the ThingFighters would greatly contribute to the Boston University Student Union.
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.