400 protest BU and take over Comm Ave. for profits being put before students.Students were frustated by the disruption of their finals study period by a professional soccer match held outside their dorms, a money-making event held without concern for the basic needs of students.BU has a history ofignoring student concerns andhere it boiled over
AFTER TAKING OUT THE MAY DAY NEWS ON LONGEST LABOR STRIKER , NOW ON MAY 5TH the protester
s news service of boston.indymedia.org seems that have refused publication of news on longest labor's,
housing, tenant's & consummer protester, striker, faster, boycotteer & local&worldwide human rights activist
Between The Lines' Scott Harris spoke with Matthew Briggs, research associate with the Lindesmith Center Drug Policy Foundation, who examines U.S. participation in the recent shooting down of the missionary plane in Peru and the limited prospects for reform under the Bush administration.