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The BU bench erupts during a 91-70 victory over Army. PHOTO BY JOON LEE/DFP STAFF

Men’s basketball beats Army, heads to Patriot League Championship Game

As the Boston University men’s basketball team ran off the court at Agganis Arena following a 91-70 Patriot League semifinal victory over the U.S. Military Academy Saturday, the Terriers stopped to high-five and chest-bump a group of faithful fans. It was clear what was on their minds: One win to go. BU (24-9) beat Army […]

Men’s hockey prepares for win-or-go-home tilt with Notre Dame

For just the second time this season, the Boston University men’s hockey team will enter a weekend with a chance to win three consecutive games. When the Terriers take to the ice Saturday though, they will have more pressure on them than just starting a streak as they take on the University of Notre Dame […]

Fish and Chipps: The n-word does not belong

One hundred and fifty years ago, there was only one way to interpret the meaning of the n-word. It was hateful. Spiteful. Awful. Disgusting. But as time has moved forward its meaning, usage and cultural significance have changed like no other word in the English language. Today it seems the word means many things to […]

Terriers drop 4th contest of season

Seeking its first win of the season, the Boston University women’s lacrosse team came up short again Wednesday afternoon, falling 9-7 to Dartmouth College on the road in Hanover, N.H. The Terriers (0-4) entered their road matchup after having faced three consecutive nationally ranked opponents, including the current No. 1 and No. 3 teams in the University […]

Women’s hockey set to battle Northeastern

Northeastern University remains as the final hurdle stand in front of the Boston University Terriers women’s hockey team’s third consecutive trip to the Hockey East championship game. Following a nail-biting 3-2 victory over Providence College in the quarterfinals, the Terriers (22-12-1, 14-7-0 Hockey East) are ready for their fourth matchup against the Huskies (19-13-2, 13-6-2 […]