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T Storm Will Remain Student Organized For Another Year

By: David Cote

The annual storming of the T by Boston College students on the night of the Beanpot game almost took an official turn with University approval. Last year, UGBC Campus Entertainment worked with the athletics department and the Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority (MBTA) to arrange a deal for BC students hoping to ride the T to the Beanpot game.

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Candidates For UGBC Office Face Off At Presidential Debate

By: David Cote

Candidates for UGBC president and vice president met on the eve of primary voting last night in Hillside for a debate sponsored by the Elections Council. The five remaining candidate teams, Vanessa Gomez and Jennifer Wanandi, both A&S ’13; Chris Osnato and Kudzai Taziva, both A&S ’13; Michael Salerni and Benjamin Donovan, both A&S ’13; Conor Sullivan, LSOE ’13, and Daniel Tonkovich, CSOM ’13; and Robert Veiga and Jeff Colonnese, both CSOM ’13, answered questions posed by ALC, GLC, the Elections Council, and The Heights.

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WRC Sponsors Petition

By: David Cote

A perfect storm has arisen this March at Boston College due to the scheduling of two separate events—Take Back the Night and the Barstool Blackout Tour at the House of Blues, both of which will take place on Wednesday, Mar. 28.

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Admins Alert Students Of Belfast Project

By: David Cote

Due to recent developments in the Belfast Project, Richard Keeley, interim director of the Office of International Programs, and John King, director of public safety and chief of the BCPD, sent a letter dated Jan. 30 to Boston College students studying abroad in Ireland and England, cautioning them from overtly displaying BC paraphernalia during trips to sensitive areas in Northern Ireland, and informing them on the details of the case.

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SnowJammers Left Disappointed By Long Rides

By: David Cote

Many students looking forward to a trip full of snow, fun, and Canadians were left unhappy this weekend, as the annual SnowJam trip, sponsored by Campus Vacations, was full of disappointment for many prospective vacation-goers.

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Campaigning Begins, Teams Release Plans

By: David Cote

Candidates for UGBC president and vice president began campaigning in earnest yesterday, releasing their platform information and recruiting supporters in their quest to lead the Boston College undergraduate body. Campaign t-shirts of various colors filled classrooms and the Quad, and hand shaking and door holding will undoubtedly continue throughout the month.

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BC Dining Explains Food Pricing Strategies

By: Samantha Costanzo

Boston College Dining Services (BCDS) has been recognized numerous times as one of the best in the nation. Just last year, it was awarded the Massachusetts Restaurant Association Foodservice Operator of the Year prize. And while students might agree that the food is good, they certainly know that it is not cheap.

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UGBC Candidates Announced

By: David Cote

Six pairs of Boston College undergraduates have entered their names in hopes of becoming UGBC president and vice president for the 2012-2013 academic year.

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