Most of us have heard of the “freshman 15.” If you haven’t, it’s basically the myth that every freshman eats enough food in their first semester of college to gain 15 pounds. Whether that’s actually true or not, we’ll find out. The reason why the freshman 15 might happen is because either A) the dining […]

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By Jacob Carter, Staff Writer @jacobca1995 A new study conducted by Cornell University proves that the placement and presentation of cereal intended for youth in grocery stores can affect product sales. According to the researchers, whether or not a child is enticed by a particular cereal is dependent on the orientation of the brand’s mascot. […]

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By Sabrina Katz, Staff Writer @sabrina_katz After spending three months working at BU, I was more than ready to take a break. I was so excited to go back to Texas for a week that I never realized how much I would miss Boston, the place that had grown to be my new home. Sure, […]

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By Sabrina Katz, Staff Writer @sabrina_katz It’s been nearly two months since we’ve been in school, which means you’ve probably had more than a few boring breakfasts. Whether it’s been Cocoa Puffs every single morning or switching between strawberry and vanilla yogurt, chances are you could use some new, unique breakfast entrees to switch things […]

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