Given the current political climate, families could be giving thanks for some unusual things next Thursday. Houses will glow with gratitude for surviving the recession thus far, and thanks will be given as the Bush administration’s clock ticks down to its final days.
After reading your editorial (‘Union speechless,’ Nov. 18, p. 6), I want to clear up some misconceptions.
Traditionally, students aren’t the cleanest people. Take a look inside nearly any Allston apartment building in the ‘Boston University ghetto,’ and this fact is clear.
It’s a situation that many students have experienced personally: A friend has one too many drinks and passes out. His friends must make the decision whether to call for help and risk disciplinary action from the university for their own drunkenness or just wait and hope their friend sleeps it off.
I get a lot of flack for writing a fashion-themed column. It usually comes in the form of a lot of whiney inbox messages along the lines of, ‘Why don’t you ever write about serious issues like trayless dining halls and tuition increases?’