The Black Sheep recently published an article entitled “How Every BU College Can Win Over Their Professors.” It is a very funny article and I recommend you read it. You’ll notice in the College of Communication section that the best way to get an A in COM is to never stop talking in class. There is […]

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Now that Donald Trump is officially the 45th president of the United States, more media attention is being placed on his cabinet picks. As I search through the list and watch the hearings, I find myself more and more shocked with each nomination. I keep thinking to myself, “Wouldn’t it be nice if we could […]

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Ah, Inauguration Day. It is the political version of spring cleaning for some, and the beginning of the apocalypse for others. At noon on Jan. 20, Donald Trump will be sworn into the most powerful office in the nation. While most of us will be in class during the day, at night we all will […]

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Every time an artist changes their style, fans explode. They feel betrayed. Whether it’s Bob Dylan’s choice to go “electric” at the Newport Folk Festival, Kid Cudi’s transformation into a punk rocker or even Taylor Swift’s step in the pop direction. Childish Gambino’s new album, “Awaken, My Love!” can be seen as a step into […]

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Twins are portrayed in books, films and TV shows as clones. They finish each other’s sentences, act and dress the same and in some cases look the same. But these stereotypes are more myth than fact when it comes to my relationship with my twin brother, Andrew. When you first see me and Andrew, you […]

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All young people have idols. They are the people we strive to be like. But because idols are human beings, they have their faults. Some of their faults are larger than others. I could spend this whole article dissecting every single one of my idols, but because I am a writer, I decided to focus […]

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“I look unto the sea of grey sky. The wind cries with every breeze. Heads hang heavy in sorrow. The chants of love smother the fires of hate. The ground is littered with fallen tears. Wails and sobs break the silence of this Fall day. The questions can only be heard as whispers. ‘What Now?’” […]

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On Thursday, Twitter announced that it would be cutting 9 percent of its workforce and also shutting down Vine. The internet community did not take the news well. When I heard Vine was being shutdown :/ #RIPVine https://t.co/Jjvvk6Az2z — Dare TCousteau ☻ (@TCousteau) October 27, 2016 In its four years, Vine took minimalism to an […]

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The 2016 presidential election has been one long rap battle. Whether the candidates are dissing each other or themselves, the public is fed up. Trump has been launching insults at Hillary for the entire election season. Some rappers decided to shoot some disses back at Trump, and here are five that definitely make a statement. […]

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The political mudslinging of this election has reached an all-time low. Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has been called a liar, a robot and many other false names. However, the cruelty doesn’t stop with a few harmless quips. This week, I searched the internet for the most ridiculous (and obviously false) beliefs people have claimed […]

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