Richard Nixon is one of the most infamous names in U.S. history. Since the inception of the country, few scandals have ever reached the heights of Watergate. Though never impeached, he only avoided this fate by resigning. This year, Donald Trump seems to be on his way to reaching Nixon’s level of notoriety. Plagued with […]

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As it gets colder and the stores and streets start decorating for the holidays, the urge to curl up with a blanket and watch Christmas movies grows stronger. Classics like “Home Alone” and “The Holiday” are always a good way to go, and we all have our favorite films that we use to escape whatever […]

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  After “Inside Out” came out, it became very apparent that Pixar films had transcended their intended audience. Obviously, the films’ bright, exciting animation with quirky, relatable characters are approachable for children. However, beneath that foundation of childlike wonder, Pixar conveys profound messages that are for everyone — and by everyone, I truly mean everyone. […]

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As an obnoxious Harry Potter fan, I planned on joining BU’s quidditch team since the moment I committed to BU. I had hoped to meet a group of fellow Harry Potter enthusiasts and bond about our common passion. Instead, I was met with a high-energy and fast-paced sport with which I couldn’t keep up. At […]

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“The Disaster Artist,” starring the Franco brothers and set to premiere Dec. 8, documents the tempestuous relationship between filmmaker Tommy Wiseau and his on- and off-screen best friend, Greg Sestero, as they film what is widely considered the worst movie ever made, “The Room.” To both emotionally and mentally prepare for this celebration of wonderfully […]

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Fashion, like any other bad habit, comes at a price. With the surge of retro fashion that is dominating the runways, kids of our generation have learned how to hustle in innovative ways. A new fashion trend called “hypebeast” has even emerged from street fashion. Supreme, a skate clothing brand that originated in 1994 in […]

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I couldn’t quite figure out the paranormal aesthetic of Copp’s Hill Burying Ground: there was an eerie, fantastical aura about the place, shrouded as it is by mist and curling vines, that made it feel like the pumpkin patch from “It’s The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown.” There, too, were the rolling hills and jagged tombstones […]

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Everything important in life, I learned from “Animal Crossing.” If you are unfamiliar with the establishment, it’s basically a game about life where you have your own character, house, town and independence. Between the series’ four main games (“Animal Crossing,” “Animal Crossing: Wild World,” “Animal Crossing: City Folk” and “Animal Crossing: New Leaf”), the franchise […]

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  Just about everyone I know dreads lugging their laundry down to the basement of whatever building they live in to pay for something they don’t want to do anyway. I even know some people who live in Massachusetts that just drive home instead and have their parents do it for them, which seems pretty […]

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Cutest Couple We all know that Rachel Lindsay was too good for Bryan Abasolo and that she should have ended up with Peter Kraus on the most recent season of “The Bachelorette.” Even though Rachel and Bryan did dress up as Hugh Hefner and a Playboy bunny one night, it’s nice to see Rachel getting […]

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