EN 175: Literature and the Art of Film As a double major in Cinema and Media Studies and English, I can state with absolutely no bias that this is a class you should take. Nothing is better than taking a class where the majority of your time is spent watching movies and pretending like it’s […]

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Everyone knows about the awkwardly short period between Thanksgiving and Christmas, the pinnacle of the holiday season. These few weeks are infamous for one thing and one thing only: food. The amount of food the average person consumes between Turkey Day and Christmas Eve is unprecedented. Between Thanksgiving, Friendsgiving, leftovers I brought back to my […]

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As December rolls around, the average college student faces a common dilemma: balancing studying with holiday celebration. If you spend all of your time studying, you face the risk of missing out on all of that holiday cheer. If you allow yourself to be completely submerged by holiday cheer, you face the risk of failing […]

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Christmas is right around the corner, and you know what that means: scrambling for last-minute gifts for your friends after you’ve accaccidentally spent your last 10 dollars on City Convenience or Uber. Now you’re begging your parents for a few dollars to last you until the holidays come around, but what will you do about […]

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I recently bought myself a plant from Market Basket. As I cradled my new polka dot/freckle face plant in the checkout line, I did not anticipate that $3 could bring me so much joy. I’ve watched with delight as my plant has slowly spread it’s pink-speckled leaves and flourished on my desk. However, happiness is […]

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Note: Contains spoilers from “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life.” Rory is getting a lot of flack from fans after the premiere of the “Gilmore Girls” revival. Granted, her characterization is questionable in the continuation, and a lot could have been done in the revival to tie up the series much better. However, the […]

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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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Breaking news! You no longer have to feel guilty about binge-watching the entire series of “Gilmore Girls” because it has a real-life application; I’ve taken dorms on Boston University campus and paired them with “Gilmore Girls” characters. Let’s hope your dorm matches your favorite character: West Campus: Jess Mariano If you go to BU, then […]

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Celebrity-penned novels are good for many reasons. They allow us to see these people as people rather than two-dimensional faces we recognize from our television screens. Once we’re able to relate to the struggles and joyful stories they share with us, we’re able to humanize them and gain an appreciation for the work they do. […]

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