It has recently come to my attention that there’s some sort of ritual attached to the American 21st birthday. Human sacrifice? Paint-by-number? I’ve just never been sure. My dossier is incomplete.
The apple-tomato ratio at the farmer’s market is at least three to one, which indicates only one thing: It’s fall!
I write to address to a Sept. 22nd article (‘Boston politics tend to ignore student demographic, students say’) and to Councilor Mike Ross, who wrote a letter in response.
In a news story Wednesday, Sept. 16 (‘Advisory panel seeks FDA approval for male Gardasil,’ p. 1) it was incorrectly stated that a Food and Drug Administration advisory panel recommended a new vaccine for men against human papillomavirus.
Stretched straight over two miles of Commonwealth Avenue, Boston University’s Charles River campus is anything but traditional. And yet by train, bus, bicycle and foot, its thousands of students manage to get from point to point ‘- most of them on time, even ‘- every day.