Bekah Paxton, Staff Writer @bekahpaxton Political parties play a huge role in the American voting tradition. Even though, according to a Jan. 12 Gallup poll, Americans have become disenchanted with the two main political parties, the ideologies that shape the parties and those opposing them remain the driving forces of American individual politics. A common […]

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By Clinton Nguyen, Multimedia Editor @voxels Welcome to another week of Quick Fixations, kids. Here are a couple good headscratchers for you from around the web. HOPE THEY REALLY MAKE U THINK I. The Chinese Wall falls Hey, hey, hey did you hear? Vice isn’t hip. Especially if your editorial steps on the big boys’ […]

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By Katrina Uy, Staff Writer @katreenz Spring semester is going by in the blink of an eye (how are we halfway through February already?) and BU is racking up the events for senior semester, like a trip to Foxwoods Resort Casino this past weekend, and an upcoming on-campus Matt and Kim concert, as well as […]

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By Devon Delfino, Staff Writer @devondelfino In a letter to the editor, which appeared in the Daily Princetonian last week, Susan Patton, a Princeton alum and mother of a current student, told the women of Princeton to find a husband while they were still in college. Patton explained her ideas further in an address in […]

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By Ann Jacob, Staff Writer Last Tuesday, the Team 26, a group of 26 cyclists from Newtown, CT including the father of one of the children who was killed in Sandy Hook Elementary School last December and Rep. Jim Himes (D-CT) arrived in Washington, D.C. after a four hundred mile bike ride from Newtown. Team […]

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