Between politics, tragedy and the overall current climate of recent news, it can be easy to forget some of the happy things that happen every day. After scouting the news, here are the top five mood-brightening headlines from this month so far: 1. Stephen Curry, basketball superstar, and James Corden sing and play games on “The Late […]

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Your dorm key is a key for survival at Boston University. You lose it, and the monetary fine you’ll get is off the charts. You get locked out, and have to deal with Residence Life and the guards looking at you funny. Let’s all hope this doesn’t happen to you right after a shower. (Yes, […]

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Now that the world’s obsession with kale and blueberries has finally de-escalated, let’s start the crazes for some totally underrated foods that are also healthy. Don’t get me wrong, I love blueberries, but if we’re being honest here, does anyone actually enjoy eating kale? Honey Forget about sugar and artificial sweeteners, honey is a fantastic […]

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Most people at Boston University have a vague memory of their guided tour. They walked a lot, didn’t pay attention during the spiel on the Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center and were very confused when shown the so-called BU Beach. I think it’s fair to say that the tour really only skims the surface of […]

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My dearest Late Night Kitchen, I don’t normally do this kind of thing. It’s kind of embarrassing actually, but I feel as though it is time for me to confess my true feelings to you. I believe that you probably have had an inkling of the fact that I like you. You might have noticed […]

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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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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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A new semester can be challenging for many students, but it’s important to remember that everyone feels a little overwhelmed after a month-long break. A new semester is an exciting time to get to know new professors, make new friends and make the most of your classes. Here are some tips to get off to […]

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On Thursday, I found myself in a classroom in the basement of the College of Arts and Sciences, waiting to listen to Nadya Okamoto, a Harvard freshman, give a talk about tampons. Menstruation is a taboo topic, even on a progressive campus like Boston University, but BU’s new chapter of HeForShe, an organization dedicated to […]

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Are you looking to avoid the papers and tests piling up? Do want a place to go to procrastinate that’s not just the happy place inside your head? I’d recommend a trip to the movies. But, of course, if you’re going to go to the movies and spend the painful $13.50 for a ticket, you’re […]

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