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Seau family considering brain donation to BU, still undecided

Junior Seau’s family is determining whether or not they will donate his brain for research, which could shed light on the cause of the retired National Football League player’s May 2 death. “The Seau family is currently revisiting several important family decisions and placing them on hold in order to confer with their elders. All […]

BU quidditch nominates three for possible Olympic spot

Crouched in a huddle, the members of the Boston University quidditch team prepare for the upcoming game as captain Kedzie Teller explains the strategy for taking on its next opponent. After a loud chant, the starting seven take the field. After waiting for the signal “Brooms up!” Teller runs toward the center of the field […]

Weekly Roundup: Matthews, Page break BU track records

Track records are not broken every day, but senior distance runner Katie Matthews and junior sprinter R.J. Page both set Boston University marks on Saturday at the Terrier Invitational indoor track meet. Matthews, who made it to USA Nationals last year, finished Saturday’s 5000-meter race with a time of 15:52.80. This time topped previous record […]

MAZUREK: Dog Pound needs more bite

There are moments in college that you will never forget.  One such event for me was my first Boston University men’s hockey game. I, like any freshman who attended Saturday’s game, was ignorant of the chants and traditions that the Dog Pound and the BU Pep Band had established in years past.  I remember BU […]

MEYER: 9/11 and sports: What it all means

Just as the Kennedy assassination was for my parents and as Pearl Harbor was for my grandparents, Sept. 11, 2001 was for me and my generation. It stood as a seminal moment, one of incomprehensible terror and evil that will stick with us all for the rest of our lives. I always remembered when my […]