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DONNELLY: The impermeance of former-fat kid fitness

April 1998, age nine: I reach into a bureau plastered with doctor’s office stickers and pull out a Ninja Turtle-laden B.U.M. equipment sweatshirt. I giggle to myself quietly as I pull it over my head ‘- making the intellect’s leap from B.U.M. to ass ‘- and realize, as my pervasive mushroom cut erupts out of the top, that I have it on backwards.

KRANTZ: How it all began

Paris may be the city of love for some, but a few sprawling fields in rural Bretagne did it for me. After a blissful semester in Grenoble, conjugating irregular French verbs until I was as blue in the face as the French cheese, I sought any means to stay in France just a bit longer. I became a WWOOFer.


It is very troubling that your newspaper published a story regurgitating the false claims made by Wendy Kaminer about the ACLU without even affording our organization an opportunity to respond or to correct the record. Ms. Kaminer’s accusations about both the American Civil Liberties Union Board and its John Adams Project, as reported by The Daily Free Press, are completely inaccurate.


We here at The Daily Free Press are big fans of both wordplay and the 2009 Boston mayoral election. Finding ourselves unable to choose which we liked more, we decided to combine them into some headlines we could use during our mayoral series. Hope Yoon like it.

GLANDER, SAUER AND FORSTER: Bikes, grammar, heartbreak

So Im a COM major & Im really angry about the dumb grammar lessons’?that we need too take. Its like, BU is really expensive and it’s workload is heavy enough as it is-why are we burdened by extra busy-work that we learned in highschool?