Being Jewish during the Yuletide is like watching one of those fake, recorded fireplaces on your television. You can see the crackling flames and hear the pops of the fire, but it still remains a 4K Ultra-HD version of high-def holiday warmth. For most of my life, I have been an anthropologist of Christmas. That […]

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Living in Boston gives inhabitants the unique opportunity to immerse themselves in a diverse environment. At every turn, there are countless restaurants with food from all over the world. However, at times, the dishes can get pricey. If you are on a tight budget, try checking out these six restaurants with tasty, yet affordable items. […]

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At Boston University, the dining halls are loved by many students because it offers various foods that are delicious and internationally based. Sometimes, the dining hall holds events such as #DimSumDay, which features Chinese food. But what about Korean food? I will show you some Korean foods that can be made easily in the dining […]

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Inspired to “lead by example,” U.S. President Barack Obama signed an executive order on March 19 that would cut the federal government’s greenhouse gas emissions by 40 percent over the next decade. This is the president’s most recent step in his climate-change agenda. Given the federal government’s already-low emission rates, this attests to the president’s […]

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