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Healthcare Reform Stirs Controversy

By: David Cote

In a move that stirred up religious institutions across the nation, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced Jan. 20 that nonprofit institutions that do not currently provide coverage for contraceptives in their employee insurance plans will have to comply by Aug. 1, 2013.

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BCPD Works To Build Trust With The Community

By: David Cote

Law enforcement officers are rarely a college student’s favorite people. But Jeffrey Postell, BCPD Sergeant-Community Policing, Community Relations and Crime Prevention, is working hard with the department to change that negative perception and strengthen trust between students and BCPD officers.

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UGBC Hopes To Gather More Student Input

By: David Cote

This spring, UGBC has plans to continue numerous initiatives that were begun in the fall and hopes to receive more student input on future projects.

Michael Kitlas, UGBC President and A&S ’12, spoke recently about the UGBC’s plans for the coming semester.

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Admitted Eagle Day Brings 2,000, New Program A Success

By: David Cote

More than 2,000 prospective Eagles flocked to Chestnut Hill on Sunday for the first of five Admitted Eagle Days that will occur throughout the coming months. Visitors toured the campus, attended information sessions, and learned about student life from a variety of student and faculty volunteers.

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Arrupe Sends Students To 9 Communities

By: David Cote

While the majority of Boston College students were enjoying their last days of winter break from the comfort of their homes, Arrupe International Immersion Program participants were living in the midst of abject poverty in nine different communities across Latin America.

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Sub Turri’ Celebrates 100th Anniversary

By: David Cote

Sub Turri, one of the oldest organizations on Boston College’s campus, will celebrate its 100th anniversary this year. As part of that celebration, student leaders of the yearbook have stated their hope that 100 percent of BC seniors will have their senior portraits taken in honor of the 100th edition.

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