Upcoming: Filter at Middle East

Richard Patrick, frontman of Filter and former touring guitarist for Nine Inch Nails, doesn’t understand Adam Lanza, Charles Manson or

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BU’s CTE Research May Lead to Regulations on Children’s Contact Sports

WASHINGTON – Chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE, has been garnering more and more recognition as fears grow about the progressive,

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Smoker, Toker, Skeptical Voter: Legislators Hesitate Legalizing Marijuana

Marijuana has dominated the news cycle over the past few months. With a vote to legalize recreational marijuana in Massachusetts coming

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The Boston Flower and Garden Show

By Siena Tauber and Olivia Drago Artists and florists traveled from as far as Virginia to display their work at the Boston Flower

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‘Women of ’69: Unboxed’ tells stories of a revolutionary graduating class of women

When the women of the college graduating classes of 1969 were growing up, they were told they should only aspire to

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Student Government Fails to Secure Majority for New Constitution

At its last meeting, Student Government’s Constitutional Reform Committee (CRC) failed to receive a two-thirds majority on a proposed new constitution,

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Coming Out as Republican

The bartender at Cathedral Station, a gay sports bar in the South End, is not happy that he has to

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Western Journalists Take on K-Pop Phenomenon

Korean pop culture has become a fixture in the United States via social media and viral YouTube videos. Now, K-Pop

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Column: After New Hampshire: Moving Forward, Looking Backward

  The results at the Feb. 9 New Hampshire primaries were predictable for the past month, but would have been

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