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OSTROWSKY: Questionable Judgement

The Evil Empire has struck again. This time it is in the form of Womens Division III College Basketball. At the Cole Center in NYU in front of a booming crowd of 1,914 the lady Judg… Read More...

HOOT FICTION: BEADS

Editors Note: This is part three in a series of fiction columns.

They sat across from each other, Crawford sipping an iced black coffee, she picking absentmindedly at a na… Read More...

OSTROWSKY: Pot of gold for Beantown students

All that separated the hundreds of Boston University and Boston College students sitting behind opposing nets were the rafters commemorating the great Celtics and Bruins from t… Read More...

BERKENWALD: V-day: The holiday everyone loves to hate

Yep. Its that time of year again. Flip-flops are pink, lollipops are heart-shaped and cute slogans are floating in the air. Valentines Day, or V-day, as we seem to be c… Read More...

ON YOUR MARKS: Will work for food: The plight of the pro-Athlete

Being that were in college, we students are never really sure where our next meal is coming from. That statement should actually be amended;

personally, I always know whe… Read More...

THEATER PREVIEW: King Lear offers new take on an old story

If acting is the art of keeping the audience from coughing, then Eric Hills adaptation of King Lear is an excellent suppressant. Hills adaptation of Shakespeares roughly 400… Read More...

ON YOUR MARKS: A system, not a superstar

I have lived nearly my whole life in Connecticut. I love everything it has to offer. The seasons are magnificent, New York and Boston are close enough that traveling to either i… Read More...

OSTROWSKY: For Patriots, its all about defending their title

They have walked off the gridiron victorious in 34 of their last 38 (meaningful) contests. They are perfect (8-0) in the post season under the realm of head coach Bill Belichick. In … Read More...

FICTION: Beads: Suitcase

She waited, leaned back against the ticket counter of a particular airline she chose at length, watched the long lines moving slowly, all in silence. From her vantag… Read More...

FICTION: Beads

Airport, please.

Great.

The taxi was small as far as cars went, in general. With her suitcase in the seat beside her, the tiny car reminded her more of a cage, and sh… Read More...

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