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Krause Discusses Syrian Civil War

By: Soo Jung Rhee

Acknowledging the confusion behind the frustratingly intertwined relations and conflicts among Arab countries, professor of political science Peter Krause introduced five key questions regarding the civil war in Syria before he presented an extensive outlook on the ongoing issue of the Syrian crisis.

Community Gathers For MLK Memorial

By: Daniel Perea-Kane

Although many now consider Martin Luther King, Jr. a political figure, a civil rights leader, and non-violent activist, he was originally and foremost a preacher and minister-a sentiment reflected by The Office of Campus Ministry during its Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Gathering, whose central question of the night asked “Has the Dream Been Realized?”

2014 UGBC Elections Re-Opened

By: Julie Orenstein

Facing the prospect of an uncontested election for UGBC president and vice president for 2014-15, the Elections Committee (EC) has re-opened the applicant pool for candidates and delayed the start of the election season.

University Weighs Campus School Move

By: Mary Rose Fissinger

Seven Campus School parents and the co-presidents of the Campus School Volunteers of Boston College (CSVBC) met with University officials on Thursday, Jan. 16 to voice their concerns about the potential affiliation between the Campus School and the Kennedy Day School (KDS), which would result in a relocation of the Campus School to KDS’s facilities in the Franciscan Hospital for Children in Brighton

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