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Affordable meals near you: how to eat well and save money in Boston

March 17, 2016

By Harry Donnell Staff Writer It can be difficult for thrifty students to find reasonably priced food in the city. However, there are plenty of affordable gems that may not be immediately apparent in the sea of Boston’s re...

BSO celebrates 50 years this week

October 21, 2015

Reflections on a proud history of civil rights activism By Ellen Garnett Staff Writer The Black Student Organization (BSO) at Simmons College celebrated its 50 anniversary last Saturday on Oct. 17. It was a night of smooth jazz,...

Woman carjacked in Coolidge Corner

September 30, 2015

By Lindsey Stokes Staff writer Police in Brookline are searching for a man who jumped into a woman’s car and forced her to withdraw money from an ATM. Officials say the woman was entering her parked car on Marion Street near C...

Riviello shows it’s possible to follow one’s dream

October 28, 2014

By Kaylie-Ann Flannigan Contributing Writer Have no fear— communication majors are out there and employed! Lauren Riviello studied Journalism and is now the Assistant Director of Brookline Arts Center. Founded in 1964, the Br...

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