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The district's preferred policy proposal is to move the middle grades to elementary and high schools.
We were happy to see that our old pal Boston City Councilor Mike Ross is doing well. The Allston-Brighton Tab reports that his proposal to […]
We here at Boston Daily love the internet. Anything that allows us to shop without wearing pants is okay in our book. But the Web […]
It’s been a while since I was a kid. Back in my high school days Britney Spears was (evidently) sane, people accessed the internet by […]
A study published on the website of medical journal Alzheimer’s & Dementia shows that the mental ability of America’s senior citizens has improved over the […]
It used to be that the most violent event a college student had to fear was getting ill from too much tequila. But last year’s […]
Whenever my alma mater asks me for donations, it’s all I can do not to laugh at the poor undergrad who had the misfortune of […]
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Ok, Harvard Crimson. We gave you a hard time for grossing us out the other day and, in fact, we sort of like giving you […]
If the city felt a little different to you this week, it’s not only because Patriots lost. This week tabloid princess Paris Hilton partied in […]
Sex jokes are usually funny when executed properly, but when executed by the Harvard Crimson they tend to make us cringe. From the only student […]
Ever since Tom created the first MySpace profile back all those years ago, the media has been troubled by the young folks migrating to the […]
I’m tempted to make some sort of smart-ass comment here, but instead I’m going to let the Boston University communications department speak for itself. In […]
Paris Hilton is a magnet for conflict. She fights with her sometimes-BFF Nicole Richie and switches Greek shipping heirs as often most women change their […]
Last year, Harvard University Press published the personal notebooks of Robert Frost. The 809-page compendium has been generally well received. The guy who edited it, […]
We acknowledge that the posteriors of the most important minds of the future need to be comfortable. But this all seems a bit much. The […]
We here at Boston Daily thought “don’t ask, don’t tell” was simply a hold-over from Bill Clinton’s presidency, much like “I didn’t inhale” and “I […]