I like to say I’m into fitness. I love the idea of working out two hours every morning and crushing it daily, but of course I sleep in most days and I have a long-term relationship with Netflix. In the past couple weeks, I have been trying to find some workouts that keep me going, […]

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Monday and Wednesday — Blaze Pizza fundraiser with Edge Dance Company Boston University’s jazz and contemporary dance group, Edge, is having a fundraiser and holding auditions this week. The group performs at college showcases around the Boston area at MIT, BU, Northeastern, etc. The group is entirely student run and choreographed. Head down to Blaze […]

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There is something really special about a farmers market in the city. It is slightly out of place — the little white tents are dwarfed by the surrounding skyscrapers and the stacked crates of brightly colored produce beam cheerfully at taxis and pedestrians. But farmers markets work so perfectly, especially in Boston. Farmers markets provide […]

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If you’re not into the gym scene but still want to stay fit, running outside is the simplest way to work on your cardio. Boston University has many pros and cons for runners. For one, the Charles River is an amazing view to have on your jog and you can try running faster than the […]

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Before coming to Boston, I knew the food was going to be amazing. I even bookmarked a ton of places I wanted to try on Yelp before coming to Boston University. However, you know a place has good food if Food Network takes the time to mention it. Between Guy Fieri, Bobby Flay and the […]

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Throughout October, across the river in Cambridge, Harvard University dining hall workers went on strike. The workers walked out in protest over low wages and proposed changes to their health care plan that would increase out-of-pocket costs. The strike just ended last week, with the workers having their wages increased to $35,000 a year and […]

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Boston is arguably one of the most photogenic cities out there. There are plenty photo-worthy places to visit, however, if you’re only here for a few days, make sure you check out the following locations to boost up your Instagram feed and show off your trip: 1. Brattle Book Shop The Brattle Book Shop is […]

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This weekend I went to the Feminist Fiber Art’s “Closing Weekend Show & Arts = Crafts Market Fundraiser” in Cambridge. And I know what you’re thinking: with a name that long, there had to be rows on rows of Boston feminists selling their goods all the while passionately measuring their dyed armpit hair, in a […]

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Lucas Williams, Staff Writer @lucaswhatevs I, Lucas Williams, college freshman and avid chocolate lover, hereby declare a state of emergency: authentic British Cadbury chocolate will soon no longer be sold in the United States. Well, not legally, anyways. Hershey’s has banned the sale and importation of British Cadbury chocolate. Luckily, Hershey’s holds the rights to […]

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By Kate Ebeling, Staff Writer @kebbietot For many people out there, Christmas music is a year-round genre. They listen to it in July and really pull out the stops come early November. As a self-proclaimed Christmas purist, I believe that the only time you can begin to start celebrating the most wonderful time of the […]

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