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O’Connell House Transformed Into Gotham And Metropolis

By: David Cote

The O’Connell House played host to the Joker, Superman, Batman, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and many other superheroes Thursday night for the annual Middlemarch Dance.  Over 100 students attended the dance in full costume, according to Denny Carr, late night graduate programming assistant for the Student Programs Office (SPO) and LGSOE ’13.

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ALC Elects New Leadership

By: David Cote

Devika Patel and Jorge Miranda, both A&S ’13, will serve as president and vice president, respectively, of the AHANA Leadership Council (ALC) for the 2012-2013 academic year. The two will replace current ALC president Gururaj Shan and current ALC vice president Alicia Martinez, both A&S ’12.

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Stokes Still On Schedule

By: David Cote

The inside of Stokes Hall is beginning to take shape and the project remains on schedule, according to Project Manager Ed Stokes. Construction will be completed in October, the building will be ready for occupants in December, and it will open for classes at the beginning of the spring semester in January 2013.

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Winston Center Recruits Student Ambassadors

By: David Cote

The Winston Center for Leadership and Ethics has announced a new program to encourage student participation in the center’s activities. The new Winston Center Ambassador program will begin in the fall semester, and will give interested students the opportunity to work closely with the program’s administrators in planning and publicizing the center’s events.

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Tuition Up 3.6 Percent

By: David Cote

The Boston College Board of Trustees has approved the budget for the 2012-2013 academic year, including a 3.6 percent increase in tuition, fees, and room and board. The increase brings the tuition total to $43,140.

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Bite Into Boston: Restaurant Week 2012

By: By Charlotte Parish and Brennan Carley

Mar. 18 will kick off Boston’s biannual food festival: Restaurant Week 2012. Put on by the Greater Boston Convention and Visitors Bureau, Restaurant Week is a communal effort by the restaurants of Boston, over 200 of which participate and create fixed price menus at significant discounts to patrons. A two-course lunch is available for $15.12, a three-course lunch for $20.12, and a three-course dinners for $33.12 (12 cents are added as a reference to the year and many vendors remind patrons that these do not include beverages, tax, or tip).

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