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Novel sparks discussion

BRIGID CAMPBELL Web Manager The Heights, the student newspaper at Boston College, reported on March 12 that the erotic novel “Fifty Shades of Grey” has been pulled from its bookstore.…

Democratic alternative

Commentary by Chris Kilner If the Democratic Party is searching for a progressive, populist alternative to Hillary Clinton, it may not have to draft Sen. Elizabeth Warren; Martin O’Malley, the…

Housing selection process begins

Housing selection process begins

Karen Mennella News Co-Editor University students are in the process of choosing housing for the 2015-2016 school year. Rising sophomores chose housing March 10. This year’s first-year class has more…

Scranton teams play away games on Parade Day weekend

Scranton teams play away games on Parade Day weekend

FRANCESCO CAMPESE Staff Writer Parade Day was not only controversial on campus but off campus when it came to the sports teams. The women’s and men’s lacrosse teams, the baseball…

Cruz throws hat into ring

Cruz throws hat into ring

Commentary by RYAN CAVISTON With a tweet sent just after midnight on Monday, Ted Cruz’s presidential bid has begun, officially beginning the 2016 election season. The junior senator from Texas,…

Election Day 2015 Executive Tickets

Election Day 2015 Executive Tickets

Click here to meet the rest of the Student Senate candidates  …

Dr. Seuss’s imaginative world to open as museum

Dr. Seuss’s imaginative world to open as museum

Maura Tyrrell Arts & Life Correspondent Everyone’s favorite books from childhood are going to come to life in June 2016. The Amazing World of Dr. Seuss Museum is opening up in…

Undergraduate research highlight: Veronica Sinotte

Undergraduate research highlight: Veronica Sinotte

CATHERINE MURRAY Science & Tech Correspondent Veronica Sinotte, a junior biology and philosophy double major, conducts research with Marc Seid, Ph.D., in neuroethology. She recently returned from a trip to…

New retreat will bring students to Disney World

New retreat will bring students to Disney World

MICHAEL MAZZUCA Staff Writer You do not have to win the Super Bowl to go to Disney World anymore. For the first time, a retreat that sends students to Walt…

Thoughts on NHL

Commentary by James Gillespie My roommates love to watch ESPN. While I am not necessarily a fan of what the network offers, I do, from time to time, watch. Every…