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Friday, Oct. 25, 1985. Vol. 75 No. 15.
Monday, October 25, 2004
In this issue of TNH reporter Michelle Bolduc reported on how more and more people are buying real estate in college towns and then renting to students at often exorbitant rates. They do this not only for the money to be made from rental fees, but also because there are a number of tax incentives for buying property.
After receiving many complaints about student noise levels in Durham apartments, the town decided to make new ordinances to limit the number of people who could be in apartments at any one time. There now had to be 300 square feet of space per person in any residence at any time.
A two-page spread in this issue featured some ways for students to update their wardrobes easily and cheaply. According to the author, costume jewelry, belts and stockings were the easiest ways to "add new dimension and intrigue to an outfit long since forgotten."
That night the men's hockey team was set to face the Friars of Providence College at the Snively Arena. High hopes for the season were tempered with concerns for a team with few returning players, which featured only three seniors and 10 freshmen. In comparison, Boston University had only graduated two players and was sure to be a strong opponent that year.
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