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The Boston Underground: Issue #59 Goes on Print!
17 Mar 2008
The newest issue of The Boston Underground, a not-for-profit newspaper, collectively run by students and other members of the community, has been released. Previously known as Boston University's Student Underground, it since then has developed into Boston's only independent, noncommercial newspaper, tackling both global and local issues.

"Instead of feigning unbiased reporting, we readily admit and unabashedly proclaim that we are an activist news publication. We aim to illuminate perspectives and voices that the vast majority of people would not normally have access to, and to present it in a way that is professional as well as comprehensible," reads the paper's credits.
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The newest issue of The Boston Underground, a not-for-profit newspaper, collectively run by students and other members of the community, has been released. Previously known as Boston University's Student Underground, it since then has developed into Boston's only independent, noncommercial newspaper, tackling both global and local issues.

"Instead of feigning unbiased reporting, we
readily admit and unabashedly proclaim that we
are an activist news publication. We aim to illuminate perspectives and voices that the vast
majority of people would not normally have access
to, and to present it in a way that is professional
as well as comprehensible," reads the paper's credits.
See also:
http://www.bostonunderground.info/index.php

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