Monday, July 28, 2014
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RUTH: #Half2Home

Too often, college students are faced with the perilous question, “what will you do after graduation?” And it doesn’t make it any better when that question surfaces on daily as you near the end of your education at Boston University. If you’re like College of Communication junior Benjamin Masters, then you’ve decided that you’re not […]

MAHDI: The end isn’t near, it’s here

I looked around the semi-crowded center as the day was coming to a close. My friends and I had happened upon a conference in New York, which focused on what it means to lead a balanced life in the 21st century, and more pertinently, what it means to be burnt out, overdependent on your technology […]

Letter to the editor

As an avid reader of The Daily Free Press, I look forward to the crossword puzzles, enjoy articles written by friends and find humor in some of the ridiculous police reports. Yet, as a student-athlete, the main attraction for me every week is the sports section. I love reading sports columnists’ opinions, especially Patrick McKay’s […]

EDIT: On police brutality

On Tuesday, the New York Police Department asked its Twitter followers to tweet pictures of them interacting with the city’s policemen with the hashtag #myNYPD. This attempt of promoting a positive image for the department instead backfired into a public-shaming stint by their followers. The #myNYPD Twitter campaign became an outlet for people to erupt […]

RYAN: Minority opinion

We’ve all gone through the dreaded college application process. There were far too many essays written at 2 a.m. and countless interviews where you had spinach from lunch in your teeth. Then when it was all done with, you had to wait for months to find out whether or not you were good enough. Well, […]