It’s St. Patrick’s Day, and you know what that means: life-changing dilemmas. Perhaps you can’t decide whether you should get your significant other a box of Lucky Charms or a bottle of whiskey, or whether you’d rather wear something green or be groped by strangers.
I want to give credit to the Muslim Student Association for engaging in a pretty clever ‘bait-and-switch’ strategy for Tuesday night’s presentation. The presentation was promoted as a panel discussion on the situation in Gaza.
Boston City Council President Mike Ross continued his crusade against college students living off campus during last Tuesday’s City Council meeting as the council pledged to continue its efforts to force Boston-area universities to release the addresses of students living off campus in the name of preserving Boston’s neighborhoods for families.
It’s been a rough seven years and change since 9/11, hasn’t it? Somehow, despite shooting innumerable brown people (just like the ones who flew planes into our nice buildings), terrorism has grown, anti-American sentiment has flourished and another Beatle has died (George, for my uncultured, music-hating readers).