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I Survived Duke

By: Connor Lenahan

The first stop on this summer’s family vacation brought us to Raleigh, North Carolina, and, out of general interest, the campus of Duke. 293 more words

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Boston U Is Anti-White

Saida Grundy is just another Anti-White educator that is chasing down White kids for everything wrong in the world. This time Anti-White Boston University is protecting an upcoming assistant professor that blames Whites for slavery and claims White college males are a “problem population.” 286 more words


The perfect patriotic playlist for your Fourth of July BBQ

With the Fourth of July just around the corner, chances are that you’re already in the process of prepping for an outdoor celebration. Our generation is often tasked with picking the music for these events, and though it seems like a small job, it actually matters more than you might think. 1,007 more words


Mass. College Hockey: BU's Eichel Signs With Buffalo Sabres

By Matt Noonan 

Boston University rising sophomore Jack Eichel became the first skaters from this past weekend’s NHL Draft to ink his name on a three-year, entry-level contract with the Buffalo Sabres on Wednesday. 172 more words


Religiously Illiterate: Prothero discusses Americans’ knowledge

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Stephen Prothero, a professor of religion at Boston University, discusses religious literacy, and how the differences between religions are important, at his Interfaith Lecture in the Hall of Philosophy Tuesday. 612 more words


Jack Eichel Signs Entry-Level Contract With Sabres, Will Leave BU

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UPDATE (3 p.m. ET): Jack Eichel officially is a Buffalo Sabre.

BREAKING NEWS: Jack Eichel signs three-year, entry-level contract with #Sabres…

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What you should know and (probably) don’t: BU’s Prothero to discuss religious literacy

Stephen Prothero wrote the book on American religious illiteracy — literally.

“We are one of the most religious nations on Earth, but Americans know very little about their own religions, and much less about the religions of others,” said Prothero, author of Religious Literacy: What Every American Needs to Know — And Doesn’t. 513 more words

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