This weekend, the Harvard Ed Portal hosted their very first Allston-Brighton Winter Market. The Winter Market showcased a variety of artists and makers exhibiting and selling their work in a welcoming environment, complemented by live music, a food truck and a beer garden. Entering the venue, visitors were greeted by a friendly usher who directed […]

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We’re entering the last couple of weeks of the semester and you know what that means… finals. It’s a stressful period, one I’d rather fast forward through and get to winter break. However, in my “just make it to break” mentality, fun and social activities have taken a backseat. I think there should be a […]

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I have a complicated relationship with Christmas music. To be honest, I have a complicated relationship with the idea of the “Christmas” season and how public schools give weeks off of school for one (two, if you count New Year’s) holiday and most schools don’t even give a day off for other religions’ high holidays, […]

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Most of us have heard of the “freshman 15.” If you haven’t, it’s basically the myth that every freshman eats enough food in their first semester of college to gain 15 pounds. Whether that’s actually true or not, we’ll find out. The reason why the freshman 15 might happen is because either A) the dining […]

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If you are like me, you are counting down the days until the end of the semester so you can have a month of bliss with no assignments and no deadlines. While nothing is better than feeling like you can watch Netflix with no guilt, reading over break is the perfect way to keep your […]

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“Good Girls Revolt” is a TV show that first aired through Amazon Video in 2015, based on true stories of pioneering women journalists in the late 1960s. I say “is” instead of “was” because there is still a possibility of bringing the show back for a second season, which it so desperately deserves. Amazon Studios’ […]

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After the first snowfall this Saturday, Boston is truly beginning to look a lot like Christmas. Christmas season really begins, however, at the turn of November after Halloween, when skeletons and pumpkins are replaced with stockings and twinkle lights. As someone who does not celebrate Christmas, this season has always been rather conflicting for me. […]

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Boston is an amazing place to go to college. Thousands of students from every corner of the world come here to experience all the city has to offer every year. BU students especially love to frequent Boston’s famous North End, Newbury Street and Boston Common, but there are many parts of the city and area […]

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Christmas gift shopping, while far from boring, can certainly be overwhelming. With so many options, you may think to yourself: Where do I start? Luckily, here are five online stores to help you find the perfect personalized holiday gifts:   Marleylilly     The only thing more personal than someone’s name is their name on […]

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Richard Nixon is one of the most infamous names in U.S. history. Since the inception of the country, few scandals have ever reached the heights of Watergate. Though never impeached, he only avoided this fate by resigning. This year, Donald Trump seems to be on his way to reaching Nixon’s level of notoriety. Plagued with […]

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