When Ian Koneigsknef was diagnosed with a probable case of H1N1 and urged to leave behind his room in Myles Standish Hall in order to ride out his illness in quarantine on the second floor of Danielsen Hall, his story corroborated Thursday’s Daily Free Press article regarding the mysterious activity.
On p. 3 Wednesday, two bylines were incorrectly stated. Chelsea Feinstein wrote ‘Congressional aide: Sotomayor a sign of Hispanic progress, education and activism are the ‘key” and Lydia Hausle wrote ‘Social networking has become ‘number one’ job recruiting tool, career experts say.’
Mayoral candidate and City Councilor-At-Large Michael Flaherty met with The Daily Free Press yesterday and began the discussion by answering the question: ‘How are you different from Mayor Thomas Menino?’
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.
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?