Moving from an on-campus dorm to living off-campus can be scary. I am an international student who transferred from the State University of New York at Binghamton to Boston University last year. Instead of moving into the dorms, I moved all my stuff from Binghamton to an off-campus apartment in Boston. It was a big […]

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Stressed? You shouldn’t be! Just kidding – I am, too. And it’s okay. Put down that fourth container of Easy Mac and go get hydrated. This semester, allow yourself to at least be somehow saved by these awesome, helpful sites. 1. EasyBib Who knows why English professors still require us to use MLA format? I don’t. […]

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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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Ever since its launch in 2004, Facebook has pulled out all the stops to ensure that users spend the majority of their time on the internet (but more specifically, on Facebook). The social networking service that once began as a way to simply connect with friends and family all over the world has evolved to […]

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1. Stash backpack This compact backpack folds and zips to the size of a thin, paperback book. Incredibly lightweight, it can hold 30 pounds. You’ll want this for collecting souvenirs you didn’t think you had the budget for. Okay, maybe you still don’t have the budget for it, but when’s the next time you’ll be […]

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Seven p.m. on a Tuesday rolls around. You’re tired, still have more than half of the week ahead of you and are hungry for dinner. You check the fridge and see that all you have is a half-eaten cup of soup and the end piece of bread in the otherwise empty bag. You check the […]

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By Jacob Carter, Staff Writer @jacobca1995 Amazon recently released a list compiled by the website’s book editors entitled 100 Books to Read in a Lifetime. According to the editor, they wanted it to encompass “all stages of a life” and provide a guide to a reader’s most essential literary endeavors. Their effort is admirable — I […]

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By Max Cohen, Staff Writer @not_maxcohen Plastered on every  Twitter feed in the country this week was Amazon’s announcement for creating a sophisticated network of autonomous flying drones which would be able to deliver packages based on GPS locations. Wow. This sci-fi technology sounds intriguing, and I’m sure it was inspired by something ridiculous from a 60’s […]

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