East to West
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Brought to you by The Daily Free Press, "East to West" covers all of the news the Boston University community needs to know. With new episodes every Monday and Friday, start and end your week informed by listening to "East to West."
East to West: $106 million to be invested in housing crisis, President Brown interview, gubernatorial candidates discuss climate change,
May 02, 2022
East to West: Butv10’s ‘the wire’ addressing Cavelieri allegations, student walk-out on conservative speaker, senate passes climate bill, and more
April 24, 2022
Apr. 22, 2022: 4 day week! Today on East to West we cover sexual assault accusations against Christopher Cavalieri, BU recording the highest number of COVID-19 cases since January, the MBTA and Logan Airport lifting the mask mandate and more.
April 22, 2022
East to West: Study abroad students in Dublin report green water, Fight to BU wins StuGov elections, bill to regulate e-bikes introduced to MA State House
April 11, 2022
East to West: climate strike in Boston, the Halal Guys at the GSU, Mayor Michelle WU announces a new LGBTQ+ advancement office, and more.
April 04, 2022
East to West: Today on East to West we cover the increase in BU housing prices, the rejection of renaming Myles Standish Hall, and Boston Conservation Corps updates.
April 01, 2022
East to West: house passes a bill to ban race-based hair discrimination, masks and COVID-19 testing no longer required after finals week, Green Line extension project and more.
March 28, 2022
Mar. 23, 2022: "Free Palestine" banner on CAS, StuGov discussing plans for sexual assault on campus, investigation into East Boston Neighborhood Health Center
March 25, 2022
East to West: Mar. 21, 2022: rise in gas prices, BU remembers John Paul Riquelme, and daylight savings becoming permanent
March 21, 2022
East to West: BU community supporting Ukraine, BU's new mask mandates and more
March 04, 2022
Feb. 28, 2022: Shiney James investigation, BU's fiscal year, Mayor Michelle Wu lifting proof of vaccination policy.
February 28, 2022
Feb 25, 2022: emergency contraceptive vending machine, Pep band returns to Beanpot, and Tom Brady's retirement
February 25, 2022
East to West: Feb. 18, 2022: Updated Covid-19 policy, WBUR protest and more
February 18, 2022
Monday, Feb. 14, 2022: BU positivity rate below one percent, the Boston Winter Express and more
February 14, 2022
Feb. 11, 2022: How the Massachusetts Restaurant Association is petitioning the Mayor’s office to end indoor vaccine mandate, BU’s new 15-day sick leave policy for doctoral students, and the new executive director for newly formed Office for Black Male Adv
February 11, 2022
Feb. 7, 2022: Essential workers during blizzard, implementation of unobserved testing and Supreme Court's affirmative action case.
February 07, 2022
Jan. 31, 2022: Student complaints with Disability Access Services, student concerns over dining hall hygiene and the extension of the Boston city employees vaccine mandate
January 31, 2022
Jan. 28, 2022: A Walk-Out in Protest of New COVID-19 Policies, Changing Fare Prices to Improve Equity Across Boston, and the Reopening of the New Fenway Campus in Response to Over Enrollment
January 28, 2022
Jan. 24, 2022: New testing and isolation requirements, students call for more gender inclusive bathrooms, Charlie Baker's announcement of not running for reelection
January 24, 2022
Dec. 6, 2021: Using Data Science for Racial Equity, Student-Run Jewelry Brand Tchidite, 80th Annual Boston Holiday Tree Lighting
December 06, 2021
Dec. 3, 2021: Student concerns with BUPD, Student frustrations with SHS, MBTA fare-free program
December 03, 2021
Nov. 22, 2021: BU COVID-19 Rules for Thanksgiving Break, Wheelock Seminar on Generational Differences in Teachers, MFA workers strike
November 22, 2021
Nov. 19, 2021: Michelle Wu Sworn in as Mayor, BU Lecturers Demand Better Working Conditions, MBTA Opens New Green Line Stations
November 19, 2021
Nov. 19, 2021: Massachusetts ACLU sues Boston, BU student organizations respond to period poverty, Pfizer COVID-19 pediatric vaccine available
November 15, 2021
Nov. 12, 2021: BU Orientation student employees report being overworked and underpaid, StuGov holds meeting with updates from BIG, Several State government employees out of work due to COVID-19 non compliance
November 12, 2021
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