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Boston Adopts New Recycling Program

November 29, 2009 by

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By Cason Latimer In July mayor Thomas Menino unveiled the new recycling system that the Boston area will use, called single stream recycling. This recycling system is intended to increase the percentage of items that are recycled and cut some costs by making the whole process less complicated for the recyclers and the recycling management […]

MBTA Issues High Fines for Sneaky Students

November 20, 2009 by

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By: Billie Hirsch ALLSTON, MASS—Unsuspecting college students have been paying more than they bargained for when riding the T—the MBTA Police force increases patrolling of the T as the temperature takes a nosedive into sub zero weather and students opt to take the train rather than ride their fixed-gear bicycles up and down the streets […]

On Campus This Weekend-11/20-11/22

November 20, 2009 by

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Friday 11/20: Nativity Displays of Anastasia Lundquist, class of ’35. Where: Modular Unit When: 9am-12pm How to Combat Procrastination Where: Library G10 When: 12pm What: Presentation by Krista Aslanian from the ARC on how to avoid procrastination and effectively utilize your time. Sunday 11/22: The 4th Annual COF Turkey Trot 5k Fun Run/Walk. Where: Joseph […]

Gaga’s Monster

November 20, 2009 by

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by Laura Adrien Lady Gaga’s sophomore album, The Fame Monster, is set to drop this Monday, November 23. The new album, originally slated as a re-release of her first record The Fame, is now set as a stand alone followup that deals with the performer’s rapid rise in popularity. The eight new tracks detail the […]

On Campus Today – 11/19

November 19, 2009 by

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ECCO’s Soup Banquet – TODAY, Thursday, Nov. 19th 12:30PM to 1:30PM in the JYC Glass Room! Come enjoy Panera soups and breads to benefit the Boston Living Center! $3 for students, $5 for faculty/staff. Both vegetarian and meat soups will be available 100% of the proceeds go directly to BLC. Join us for another Hunger & […]

An Interesting Turn of Events

November 19, 2009 by

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By Jim Chandley Almost two weeks ago, this publication reported that Senator Joseph Lieberman of Connecticut said he would, “not allow [the House Health Reform Bill] to come to a final vote,” as a matter of conscience.  Senator Tom Harkin (D-Iowa) said on Wednesday that he expects the bill to move forward to Senate debate. […]

National Elevator Escalator Safety Awareness Week

November 18, 2009 by

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Brien Hopkins The Man Shark What a week! The excitement in the air was elevating. But I don’t need to remind you that last week, Nov 8th -14th, was National Elevator Escalator Safety Awarenesses Week! Who could forget? It’s always the second full week of November! This is a promotion of public safety awareness for […]