Screenshot of recent "BUPD"-tagged stories from BU Today.
Students, administrators, and police officials met October 10 for a special town hall meeting
on campus in order to address the recent string of armed robberies that
have taken place near campus between September 23 and this Tuesday.
[Update 4/3/12] Daily Free Press Editor-in-Chief Chelsea Diana has resigned, according to a letter from the paper's Board of Directors published this morning. Today's DFP staff editorial also extended apologies to the Center for Gender, Sexuality, and Activism as well as BU's Greek Life community.
thoughts are dashing around in my mind about a topic that thus far has gotten
little play in the aftermath of Kevin White's death. Since the Phoenix did so much of
the best reporting on the White political era, I figured I'd post my thoughts
on the website.
has been said about the role the press played in keeping Kevin White from
running for a fifth term as mayor, and in keeping him from moving into
What's with all these Breaking Bad comparisons? As far as we can tell, the
only thing 74-year-old BU prof Irina Kristy has in common with Walter White is
that she's a teacher....whose main extracurricular activity was cooking up meth...
in her home....ohh, ok, there it is. Is
it messed up that when we first read of the charges Kristy is facing in yesterday's Boston Globe report we were sort of.
As the WikiLeaks saga marches on, federal investigations creep
closer to home. And while the courts still have yet to determine how much
whistle blowing is and isn't legal, Boston
activists are speaking out -- and coming to the defense of Bradley Manning.
Manning, the US Army private accused of downloading and
transferring classified government information to WikiLeaks, attended a party
in Boston University's
"hacker space" just three months before WikiLeaks published the now-infamous "Collateral
Murder" video footage evidencing the US military in killings of Reuters
journalists and Iraqi civilians.
not sure who spoke at my Boston University graduation five years ago.
Though I can't remember why I skipped the ceremony, my guess is that
it either had to do with my fear of robes or a longstanding suspicion
that commencement speeches are just opportunities for pols and
benefactors to mount bullshit pulpits.
READ: Bill O'Reilly, ELI WALLACH ON ACTORS AND ACTING [February 5, 1974]
READ: Bill O'Reilly, THE DEVIL BEHIND THE DEVIL IN MISS JONES [April 30, 1974]
Bill O’Reilly is many things. He’s loud. He’s popular. He's unsexy. He can be a bit rude. And as some suspect, he might be too smart for what he’s saying