The Daily Free Press is the independent student newspaper at Boston University. It publishes a daily print edition Monday through Thursday during the academic year . The Daily Free Press is staffed by about 50 editors, writers, reporters and photographers, many but not all of whom are BU journalism students, who work on a volunteer basis and change over each semester. The paper is governed by a board of former editors who make up the Board of Directors of Back Bay Publishing Co., Inc., a Massachusetts non-profit.
By Noor Adatia and Caroline Hitesman Boston University Student Government held a Terriers Connect suicide prevention training program Monday night, organized by the Mental Health Committee in order to educate senators on the topic. Associate Director of Outreach and Prevention Services Jennifer Durham-Fowler led the 90-minute training, which went over facts and statistics about suicide, specific stressors at BU and […]
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Michael Che of “Saturday Night Live’s” Weekend Update is not a stranger to controversy. In fact, the comedian has continuously and purposefully attempted to upset viewers to get a laugh. Sometimes it’s comical, and other times less so. For example, Che angered the entire Boston community whilst talking about the upcoming Super Bowl back in February, when he said “I […]
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Massachusetts Citizens for Life, the largest and oldest pro-life organization in the state, is urging Massachusetts Senators Elizabeth Warren and Edward Markey to vote to confirm Judge Neil Gorsuch as the ninth U.S. Supreme Court Justice, said Anne Fox, the organization’s president. Established prior to the Roe v. Wade decision, the group’s mission is to restore legal protection for human […]
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Op-Eds do not reflect the editorial opinion of The Daily Free Press. They are solely the opinion of the author. The introduction of the American Health Care Act by House Republicans and its subsequent failure to gain enough votes has reignited the debate on how our government should act to improve a healthcare system characterized by deeply rooted problems. A […]