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Kings of Leon Wins a Grammy?

February 3, 2010


By Cason Latimer (not a music snob just a former fan) I know that it’s very cliché and kind of shallow to start not liking a band because other people like them. I know that bands change their musical style. I also know that most bands are in the music business to make money. That […]

Boston Adopts New Recycling Program

November 29, 2009


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 […]

Dog Days Bogota

November 5, 2009


By Cason Latimer Dog Days Bogota by Alec Soth will be on display until November 28th at the Stephen D.Paine Gallery at mass art. Alec Soth is an American photographer born in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He is best known for his works documenting rural American life. In his series Sleeping by the Mississippi he captures the […]

On Campus Today – 11/05

November 4, 2009


CHICKEN PARMESAN NIGHT! There will be homemade chicken parmesan to be had in the main dining room of the Jean Yawkey Building, Thursday Nov. 5th from 4:30-7:30 pm. Graduate School Information Table Where: Table in the JYC Atrium. When: Thursday November 5th. Questions? Contact Krista Aslanian at Boston Celtics Ticket Sales Where: Office of Student […]


October 29, 2009


By Cason Latimer Chunkiness is not usually a texture that western pallets associate with tea, however Bubble Tea, is a sensation that has caught on around the country and more recently in the Boston area. Bubble tea is a Taiwanese import boasting a new and fun way to experience tea. In Boston there are several […]