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Cruising the College Dailies

A morning here at Boston Daily is not complete without taking a spin through our fair city’s fine college daily newspapers (and the weekly ones […]

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Time To Hand In Your Homework

Last month, we helped the seven college students assigned 5-page essays by Judge Edward Redd write about their experiences after being arrested during the ALCS […]

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Drew Gilpin Faust, Glamour Girl

When we think of new Harvard President Drew Gilpin Faust, we think fashion, style and of course, glamour. It’s that simple. What else would you […]

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Maybe They’ll Spend It On Streamers

Fear not friends, there is peace once again on Harvard Yard. After a tumultuous start to the year, where the university decided to stop providing […]

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UMass Prof Talks About Her Time In the Ladies Room

Strange item here. A symposium in New York over the weekend discussed the public toilet, its use, misuse, and role in society. (Role? I thought […]

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We’re Not Gonna Take It

Another parade has come and gone, and while the confetti remains, the city is picking up the pieces after another drunken escapade of vandalism and […]

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Crime and Punishment

Now that the Red Sox celebrations are over, the city can get back to business as usual. Mayor Tom Menino can ride his bike around […]

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Elementary My Dear…Say Wha?

There’s something undeniably sad about scientist James Watson‘s recent plunge into racism and disgrace. As you might have heard, the Nobel Laureate, credited with co-discovering […]

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Shennanigans Will Result in Homework

We love it when judges get sick of meting out the same punishments day after day and get creative. Behold the genius that is Judge […]

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We’d Give You an F in Handling Adversity

We’ve all had the professor that hates us for no good reason. Maybe he hates you because you have an ease with the ladies he […]

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A Textbook Case of Missing the Point

The old dictum about how the less important something is, the more heated people get about it, seems especially apt today. The Globe has a […]

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Graduating Cum Laude from Romper Room

After a grueling admissions process, many young people in Boston are preparing to head to school this week. The parents of these children are full […]

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Harvard: Saving the Planet One Full House at a Time

You’d expect that kind of thing from one of the world’s leading universities — a plan to create international peace. What you wouldn’t expect is […]

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Turn That Smile Upside Down

Somebody in the Mayor’s press office needs a raise. Tom Menino’s Camp Harbor View — which has provided free summer fun (and supervision) for 300 […]

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Harvard: Too Good For You

Harvard hates you. Well, it doesn’t hate you so much as it thinks you’re too stupid to live. Even by Ivy League standards, the snooty […]