We’re in that time of year when the weather is wonky, the work is fierce, and everyone is still trying to figure out which friends to go to parties with. Here’s a playlist to help you through all the BU fall semester feels. For a fresh start…   “I Will Survive” by Gloria Gaynor This […]

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The school year has officially started here in Boston, and while many are eager to start classes, the fun has just begun. It is no secret that the concerts in Boston are a huge part of the city’s nightlife. Thousands of students attend concerts around the city every weekend. Here are a few concerts coming to […]

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All the buzz in Boston this weekend has been about one thing: Boston Calling. The music festival this year was taken a few notches up from past years. A new location, new performers, three stages, food venues and the very popular Ferris wheel all created a unique atmosphere that is now known as the Boston […]

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Pinegrove played a sold-out show on Wednesday night at The Sinclair in Cambridge. With them they brought along the band Hovvdy, who will be on tour with them for the next few shows, all of which are sold out. The concert’s opener, Horse Jumper of Love, is a three-man rock band from Boston. Their mellow […]

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This year was the first year I wasn’t home for Coachella or, properly, the Coachella Music Festival. Yet, though I was across the country from the event, it still felt more prominent than ever due to all the Snapchat stories, Facebook profile picture changes, daily (hourly) outfit updates on Instagram and so on. I felt […]

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On Friday, the newly colonized Boston University fraternity Phi Kappa Tau hosted a charity concert to benefit the SeriousFun Children’s Network and Planned Parenthood. Located at their house on 22 Reedsdale Street in Allston, the show comprised of four local bands that put on a night of music and fun. Over $800 were raised for […]

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Not long ago, I stumbled upon a tweet that was absolutely golden and legitimately SO relatable. The number of situations I’ve been in where this exact chain of events has occurred is incredible. can u imagine becoming a dj playing a fire mixtape only to realize the only surefire way to make white ppl lose […]

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Last Saturday my friend Sunny, who is a graduate student fulfilling her music education major, invited me to join her in a Samba band workshop that is held in the College of Fine Arts. For those of you who might not be aware, within the School of Music at CFA, there is a major that […]

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On Saturday, New England Conservatory’s Jordan Hall welcomed six fabulous traditional Chinese music programs in a three-hour show. The artists in the show were pianist Meng-Chieh Liu, the Borromeo String Quartet and the Forbidden City Chamber Orchestra. Liu, a Taiwanese pianist, became famous at the age of 21. He has performed with orchestras under conductors […]

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As you probably know by now, Bob Dylan is our newly inaugurated Nobel Laureate. Here at Boston University, we find ourselves extremely lucky to have a world-renowned Bob Dylan scholar on faculty here, Sir Christopher Ricks. On Thursday night, Ricks gave his final lecture of the year for the Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center. This […]

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