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Topic - Colin Riley
Obituary writers at the student-run newspaper at Boston University have faced an uncomfortable honing of talents lately, as campus-related deaths soared into the double-digits in recent months.
"The health and well-being of our students is our highest priority," Riley said.
(Harvard is across the Charles River in Cambridge, but its athletic facilities are largely in the Boston neighborhood of Allston.) Three of the schools did not immediately respond to requests for comment; spokesman Colin Riley said BU looks forward to working with Zakim.