With so many people transitioning to vegan and plant-based diets — especially among younger generations — college dining services find themselves playing catch-up with the burgeoning demand. Year after year, Boston University Dining Services has been upgrading its vegan offerings to accommodate its ever-growing vegan clientele. In fact, BU earned an A on peta2’s Vegan […]

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It’s almost impossible to imagine my college life without the rideshare app, Uber. In the past five months, I’ve experienced my fair share of interesting Uber rides. Ultimately I started noticing a pattern in the types of drivers and the ride experiences that come with them. Here’s what I’ve found. 1. The Lost Boy This […]

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So I’ve got a thing for cheese, and I’m not afraid to show it. It’s more of a love kind of thing — the kind that will make you forget that you’re somewhat lactose intolerant. I’d like to think that my obsession is part of my genetic makeup, but I’m not entirely sure. I grew […]

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With the Super Bowl now over, you may be thinking: What should I do this weekend? Don’t worry, the fun is definitely not over. There are plenty of really awesome things to do here in Boston this weekend and days after. I know I will be taking advantage of what Boston has to offer, and you […]

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1. “Certain Women” Kelly Reichardt’s film “Certain Women” is a small movie that follows the lives of three women living in rural Montana. They go to work. They try to build a house. They teach night classes. They drive hours through the night. And their seemingly “small” lives are made up of even smaller details. Take […]

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Valentine’s Day is coming up next week, so let’s talk about some of the best ways to spend time with your honey this holiday. The typical dinner and movie aside, here are five interesting date ideas that may spark your own imagination to plan a unique date with your special someone this Valentine’s Day. 1. […]

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I don’t know much about the history, the evolutionary advantages or scientific data of sleep patterns to tell you about the pros and cons of being a night owl. I know we need eight-ish hours of sleep a night. And I know that many, many of us do not reach that goal. But ultimately, I […]

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There is never a moment when I am not cold. I come from the South, where flip-flops can be heard slapping the sidewalks year-round, and the only thing shorter than the tiny chunk of the year considered to be “winter” is the length of the cutoffs worn during the months of December and January.  Boston […]

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The premise behind the new show, “Revenge Body,” is that Khloé Kardashian was the “fat sister” of the Kardashian clan, so she got a super hot body to get revenge on anyone who thought she was fat. But is this reason enough to workout? Shouldn’t you want to do it for you and only you […]

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We’ve all been there: we randomly stumble upon a hidden-gem band and rave about them to all of our friends. We download their music, memorize every word and hold heated debates over who’s the cutest band member. One day they come to an arena near us, and their small venue concert is the highlight of […]

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