Chelsea Handler uses talk show for advocacy

THE DAILY FREE PRESS

APRIL 30, 2017

Chelsea Handler took time from her “national holiday” to talk politics, feminism and the new season of her show, “Chelsea,” on April 20.

“I haven’t started celebrating [4/20] yet because it’s still — it’s four [in the afternoon] — so I have 20 minutes. Hurry up,” she said to begin the virtual press conference with The Daily Free Press and other student publications from around the country.

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Boston Society of Architects advocates to add more green space to Emerald Necklace

THE DAILY FREE PRESS

April 4, 2017

“With the Boston Common, the Charles River Esplanade and various community gardens immersed in the city, Boston has maintained a reputation for putting a lot of work into its public green spaces. The Boston Society of Architects is now focusing on the Emerald Necklace, a chain of several parks and waterways, in hopes of making some additions.”

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INTERVIEW: Cast of “Trainspotting” reunites to discuss upcoming sequel

THE DAILY FREE PRESS

March 24, 2017

“The original 1996 perverse comedy “Trainspotting” revealed the good, the bad and the nauseating behind a group of Edinburgh junkies in constant pursuit of their next high. Whether chasing the intoxication from the chemical bliss of heroin or the joy of youthful abandon, the film centered around the empowerment of being young.”

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Boston celebrates St. Patrick’s Day traditions with local businesses

THE DAILY FREE PRESS

March 22, 2017

“Thousands of Boston residents joined together to celebrate community at the 116th St. Patrick’s Day Parade. The streets of South Boston came alive with seas of green attire, recurring choruses of the Boston Red Sox anthem “Sweet Caroline” and parade participants from around the country.”

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BU’s Minority Connection Initiative promotes diversity, safe spaces on campus

THE DAILY FREE PRESS

February 7, 2017

“Amid the influx of students returning to campus this past fall semester, Kevin Smith, a senior Boston University’s College of Engineering, noticed something amiss — five male students of color did not return to BU after their freshman year.”

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