To some, it’s just a word. To others, it’s a section of the body tightened by crunches and planks. But if you’re in the Questrom School of Business, “Core” takes on a whole new meaning. Core, which is more formally known as the Cross Functional Core, is a program each student in Questrom goes through […]

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By Elly Hu, Staff Writer @xoellyy For many of us, the Fenway-Kenmore neighborhood is home to the Red Sox, various museums, and the soon-to-be first CityTarget on this coast (slated to open in 2015). But aside from these big attractions, this area is also home to local businesses serving to the area’s residents. Location #7: […]

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By Elly Hu, Staff Writer @xoellyy When I’m on the go, I usually like my coffee black — maybe a teaspoon of sugar if I’m feeling special, but otherwise, it’s plain. Like myself, many people have their own specific coffee order wherever they go. But what if you were abroad and there were no Starbucks or […]

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By Elly Hu, Staff Writer @xoellyy It’s October and it’s officially fall. The sun sets faster, each day gets a little chillier and the craving for all things pumpkin spiced is ever present. Thanks, Starbucks! Now that we’re almost six weeks in, the start of October may also (unfortunately) remind us of our first round […]

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By Jenna Perlman, Staff Writer @jenna_perlwoman Mmm, the start of fall means it’s prime time to order a Pumpkin Spice Latte — or as some like to call it, God’s gift to mankind. It pairs perfectly with light sweaters, UGG boots and instagrams of leaves (or as I like to cleverly call them, leafograms). But what’s […]

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By Sanah Faroke, Staff Writer @sanahfaroke I’m addicted to coffee. The first time I had a drop of coffee, I think the world literally stopped for a split second. It was earth shattering. Now, when I wake up, I can’t live without coffee. And I’m not alone, it is a $30 billion industry after all. […]

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By Sabrina Katz, Staff Writer @sabrina_katz If you think drinking coffee every morning to wake yourself up is a bad habit, think again! Though some believe that having coffee each day can have bad consequences, studies have shown that a cup of Joe can actually give you health benefits. For one, drinking several cups of […]

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By Brooke Jackson-Glidden, Staff Writer @bufoodist The North End: a tiny slice of Europe just a T ride away. You know it’s there, but the appeal of delivery and the unwillingness you have to get out of bed keep you from actually spending the $2 to visit Boston’s Little Italy. The North End is actually […]

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By Nolan Young, Staff Writer Located along the bustling streets of Allston, @Union is a restaurant as tasty as it is unique. With its murals, stainless-steel appliances, fresh coffee and delicious food, @Union’s environment is as aesthetically pleasing as the food is appetizing. The menu is diverse, offering a wide array of options for breakfast […]

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By Heather Goldin, Staff Writer @HeatherGoldin Dunkin’ Donuts is packing up its shorts and RayBans and moving to California. The famously affordable coffee and donut chain recently announced their plans to expand to the West. When I heard the announcement, I didn’t exactly raise my hands up and jump for joy. As a native Californian […]

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