Ah yes, the night in. While your friends go out on the town this Friday night, you’ve decided that you just need some alone time to decompress from the week’s stress. But what do you need for the perfect night in? I’ve compiled a list of what you’ll need to achieve maximum coziness and comfort. […]

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On Sunday morning, residents of Claflin, Sleeper and Rich halls woke up to a nasty surprise: the fire alarms sounding off as a result of an electrical problem. Those who evacuated the building were not allowed back in for three hours later. While this was definitely unexpected, it was interesting to see how people reacted […]

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Tucked away on the Boston-Brookline border is a small building hosting Boston University’s smallest undergraduate college, the School of Hospitality Administration. Affectionately known as SHA, this rarely-heard-of college is often overlooked and forgotten by the student body. However, SHA students have some pretty cool perks, classes and spaces that other Terriers don’t have. 1. They […]

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October is hallmarked by Halloween and Columbus Day, but Boston University’s international ambience will often shine a light on foreign holidays, one of which is Diwali. Diwali is a five-day primarily Hindu festival that celebrates the theme of good triumphing over evil in the world. The main night takes place on the new moon in […]

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It’s old news now, but an old recording of the good old Trumpster from 2005 came up last week, featuring some not-so-choice words on how to properly take advantage of celebrity status. It’s obviously an awful thing for anyone to say, let alone a celebrity, let alone a potential national leader. But the aftermath that […]

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It’s funny when we think to ourselves, “look how we’ve changed over the last year, decade or century; we’ve made so much improvement as an entire human race,” only to see one person screw it up for all of us. That person this time around is none other than Rod Liddle, a writer for “The […]

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