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Mali Music Fills The Plex With Gospel Music

By: David Cote

The Plex basketball courts took on a brand new purpose Saturday afternoon, as hundreds of chairs were lined up in anticipation of Boston College’s first large-scale gospel concert, featuring popular gospel music artist Mali Music. Sponsored by the Multicultural Christian Fellowship (MCF), the concert drew a large crowd and was the first of its kind at BC.

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Student Still Missing Since Last Tuesday

By: David Cote

Franco Garcia, WCAS ’12, has been missing since Tuesday night and was seen last at Mary Ann’s bar in Cleveland Circle. Garcia’s absence was reported to the police Thursday afternoon after he missed work and class on Wednesday, and neither friends nor family have seen or heard from him since late Tuesday night.

Garcia was last seen wearing a white and blue button down shirt, jeans, and glasses. Police reports list his appearance as 5-foot-9, 200 pounds.

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Eagles Abroad Feel No Effect From Project

By: David Cote

Boston College students studying abroad in Ireland and the United Kingdom were alerted last month by the administration to the subpoenas of the Belfast Project, an oral history project undertaken by the University in the early 2000s that has ignited much discussion both abroad and in the United States.  Students abroad have stated that they have not felt in danger since arriving in Ireland, and many were unaware of the legal case until receiving the letter.

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SOFC Budget Runs Dry Early

The Student Organization Funding Committee has recently alerted all organizations that receive funds from it that it has exhausted its budget for this year and will not be able to fund additional events or hear appeals for more funding.

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Osnato-Taziva, Gomez-Wanandi Advance To Final

By: David Cote

The results of the UGBC presidential primary have been released, cutting the five remaining teams down to two. Chris Osnato and Kudzai Taziva, both A&S ’13, won the primary with 38 percent of the student vote. Vanessa Gomez and Jen Wanandi, both A&S ’13, will also advance to the final round of voting with 30 percent of the votes.

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