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Not Moving on the First to Avoid not Moving on the First: September Gridlock and the New Lease Shuffle

Filed in Lifestyle, University News by on August 18, 2009 2 Comments
Not Moving on the First to Avoid not Moving on the First: September Gridlock and the New Lease Shuffle

Moving into an apartment in Boston is a lot like forcing your forearm through a bread slicer: there’s a lot of physical pain, pain which, oddly enough, is secondary to the agonizing knowledge that you’re caught in an unbearably long bottleneck of prolonged suffering from which the only way out is to keep on pushing. […]

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Simmons College Continues Mission For Outstanding Education With New Public Elementary School

Filed in Spotlight, University News by on July 12, 2009 0 Comments
Simmons College Continues Mission For Outstanding Education With New Public Elementary School

For over a hundred years, Simmons College has demonstrated the importance of a strenuous and stimulating academic experience to its students. Finally, Simmons is taking its educational mission to the streets: This September, in conjunction with the Boston Teacher’s Union, they will open a public elementary school in Jamaica Plain. As a university, Simmons College has continuously […]

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A Helping Hand

A Helping Hand

Sick of all those canvassers asking for your support? I bet you think they’re after your money! Well, sometimes it’s worth listening to them. They can actually support you in more ways than you know.

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BU Men’s Ice Hockey Team Advances to Frozen Four

Filed in University News by on March 30, 2009 0 Comments
BU Men’s Ice Hockey Team Advances to Frozen Four

Boston University’s #1 nationally ranked men’s ice hockey team advancing to the 2009 NCAA Division I Men’s Ice Hockey Frozen Four on April 9 and 11 at the Verizon Center in Washington, DC. It is the team’s 1st Frozen Four in 12 years. CONGRATULATIONS Terriers! ____________________ Visit my blog: Joel Reyes – Sliver of 3T

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