Working out regularly and maintaining a healthy lifestyle is imperative as a college student. It’ll make you look and feel good. But it sounds much easier than it actually is, especially as a busy student. If you’re anything like me, finding motivation to workout only helps if I take a workout class. Aside from being […]

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On Sunday evening, there was a shooting in front of an Allston nightclub. For those unfamiliar with Boston University’s surrounding areas, Allston borders West Campus and is about a 10-minute walk from the start of BU facilities such as Agganis Arena, the Fitness and Recreation Center and the School of Hospitality Administration. Allston’s proximity to […]

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Remember that time you really wanted to listen to the Beyoncé’s “Lemonade,” but when you tried to find it on Spotify, it wasn’t there? Well, I do. It took me a while to jump on the Spotify bandwagon until one day, I decided it was about time to sign up for the student subscription. I […]

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When I moved into Rich Hall just three short summers ago, I had no idea what to expect. I was eager to make new friends, meet interesting people and feel at home in a new city. While in my head I thought everything would work out as planned, freshman year certainly wasn’t a walk in […]

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Every year, a majority of Americans make their New Year’s resolution to eat healthy and go to the gym. In reality, we know our resolutions last about a month until life gets a little bit stressful and someone puts a piece of chocolate cake in front of your face at dinner. Health reporter Julie Beck […]

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As many know, the Chipotle E. Coli outbreak late last year has concerned much of the United States and has been a staple on many news outlets. Even after Chipotle’s decision to voluntarily shut down about 40 locations and re-train employees about food safety regulations, regular customers are still concerned about the incident. Chipotle has […]

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I can still remember the days when I was absolutely obsessed with American Girl dolls. I mean, come on, every girl was. For every birthday, I wanted to take a trip to the American Girl store so I could buy more outfits for my doll and get her hair done. I treated my doll as […]

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Since her big reveal, Caitlyn Jenner has been making some major debuts. After first coming out and talking about her transition, she did a major interview with Diane Sawyer. Once Jenner had made her transition, she came out with her own reality show, “I Am Cait.” Last month, she announced she would be co-writing a […]

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The U.S. House of Representatives passed the Common Sense Nutrition Disclosure Act Friday. According to Nation’s Restaurant News, the bill allows restaurants, supermarkets and convenience stores more flexibility in the way they label calories on their food products. In some cases, restaurants where customers are generally hesitant about buying food can now post calorie counts online or […]

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Over the past few years, gun laws have become an incredibly sensitive subject. Far too many incidents have occurred that have scared people and made individuals question how guns should be used, who should be allowed to own them and in what setting they are acceptable. I personally feel that the gun topic is a very […]

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