I’ll set the scene for you. The dogs are snuggled up on their beds in front of the fireplace. The entire family is gathered around the dogs, as people sit on the couch with mugs filled with steaming hot chocolate. Now if the holidays for you are anything like they are in my family, they’re […]

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With 2016 coming to an end, it’s good to look back on the best albums released this year. Not only is the music amazing, but also some of the album covers are pretty cool, too. In no particular order, here they are: “The Life of Pablo” — Kanye West Kanye has done it again with tracks […]

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1. The one who FaceTimes you just to have a dance party. They know how to cheer you up and will call you at the perfect moment to blast your favorite song so you can both dance around your rooms like absolute fools. 2. The one who always falls asleep early and wakes up to […]

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The night began in the cold brisk air on Commonwealth Avenue, right outside of Paradise Rock Club. As someone who grew up listening to Toots and the Maytals, all my childhood memories of listening to them with my family started flooding back to my head. This feel-good reggae group consists of main singer Toots Hibbert, […]

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This Jewish delicatessen restaurant, located at 335 Harvard St. in Brookline, is enough to cure any post-Halloweekend tiredness. It’s also a convenient 20-minute walk from West Campus, and right by Trader Joe’s. At your own discretion, you can be seated at the counter if a spot is open, which is a rare find, or you […]

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The Boston Public Market, located at 100 Hanover St., has the most eclectic mixture of foods and treats that a person could ask for. The building is full of hustle and bustle as college kids, foodies and families alike follow the trail that their nose brings them on. This indoor, year-round market is open daily, […]

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For hungry college kids who are getting sick of the same old snacks, the key is to use ingredients from the dining hall and snatch on-sale items from the store. To help you step up your dorm room snacking game, here are some recipes with creative names to get you through midterms and stay healthy […]

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If you’ve ever imagined yourself gallivanting through foreign streets or strolling through sheep-covered fields, then you’ve probably considered studying abroad. It’s a once-in-a-lifetime experience and extremely worthwhile. As someone who was lucky enough to study abroad during their freshman year, it’s safe to say that doing so was one of the best decisions I’ve made […]

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Shortly before sunset on Tuesday, fans started to line up on Lansdowne Avenue as they prepared themselves for a night full of mystical melodies and heavenly harmonies. The House of Blues was hosting yet another phenomenal show: James Blake and special guest Moses Sumney. 1. Moses Sumney opened with “Rank and File.” Sumney gives a […]

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West Campus is the home of Claflin, Sleeper and Rich halls and the notorious West dining hall. To most Boston University students, this is the closest you’ll get to a typical college campus. While it’s still on Commonwealth Avenue, it’s still a home away from home. If you’re a tad unlucky like me, you might […]

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