As Spring semester 2013 comes to a close, we bring you our most impactful photos and stories. Thank you for your continuos support with The Daily Free Press. Our print issue will return in Fall 2013, stories and updates will be posted on our website periodically throughout the summer.
By Daily Free Press Staff
This past weekend, BU felt more like a ski resort than a university.
White powder covered the trees on Bay State and piled up in fluffy mountains alongside dorms. Students had fun in the snow with activities that ranged from the hilarious to the bizarre and included two, school-wide “SnowBrawl’s,” skiing down the T tracks on Commonwealth Avenue and sledding down snow banks.
We’re all happy to have weathered the storm (and gotten a snow day in the process). The DFP staff compiled some of the best photos of the fun in the freeze. Enjoy!
Photos by Sydney Moyer, Muse Editor and Meagan Bernatchez, Muse Staff Writer
The following are photos taken at Wednesday’s Dum Dum Girls show at the Paradise Rock Club.
For those unfamiliar with the band, check out the stream of their new album “Only in Dreams.”
By Eddie Donga, Daily Free Press staff writer
I was surprised to find BU’s National Emerging Infectious Disease Laboratories hidden in plain sight at 620A Albany St. in Roxbury, mostly because I had been searching for the inconspicuous building for almost 15 minutes.
Before entering the building for my tour with Interim Director Dr. John Murphy and Associate Director Richard Corley, I had to pass through security, where my belongings were x-rayed while I passed through a metal detector.
By Saba Hamedy, former DFP Editor in Chief Fall ’11
I can’t stop smiling. I’m always in a good mood. I sleep often. I eat what I want when I want it. Yep, you guessed it: I’m in love. Continue reading
The Boston University and Boston College mascots spar on the ice during the first round of the Beanpot Tournament Monday. BU lost 3-2 in overtime. For more DFP coverage of the tournament, click here.
Photo Credit – Michael Cummo, Photo Editor