College is weird. Before I left for school, I realized that I was no longer going to be in the familiar setting of New Jersey. I had never moved and had only known the same people my whole life, but I was ready to try something new. Boston University was my chance to explore a […]

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Apple never fails to evolve and lure in millennials, making itself a more relatable brand by the minute. The new and improved plethora of iOS emojis are not only more lit than our Friday nights, but now they also promote gender equality. Apple has taken a politically correct step by adding gender-fluid professions to its […]

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By Shivani Patel, Staff Writer @shizupates At last, we are all back to where we should be – clogging up Comm Ave. I’m sure it’s difficult for you freshmen to believe that you’ve finally made it to the next chapter in your journey towards adulthood. Not so fast, though. Before you get too starry-eyed, I’m […]

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By Katrina Uy, Staff Writer @katreenz Spring semester is going by in the blink of an eye (how are we halfway through February already?) and BU is racking up the events for senior semester, like a trip to Foxwoods Resort Casino this past weekend, and an upcoming on-campus Matt and Kim concert, as well as […]

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By Danielle Cantey @canielle17 We’ve all experienced the anxiety of entering a crowded lunch room alone on the first day of middle or high school. In those awkward grade school years, finding someone to sit with could be a daunting task. Sitting alone generally indicated you were some sort of social pariah. But once college begins, those anxieties […]

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By Arielle Sebestyen Welcome to the MUSE Food section’s No Kitchen Required, where BU students send in their favorite dorm-friendly recipes. Dorm-friendly recipes don’t require any sort of traditional kitchen appliances. Can you make it with a microwave? Does it involve ingredients you can sneak from the dining hall? Then it’s dorm-friendly! Send all submissions […]

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Taylor Burke @TBurke93 With Newbury Street only a few blocks away, Boston University students rarely have to worry about finding fashion-forward clothing. The issue, rather, is how students can afford to look fashion savvy without breaking their bank accounts. In such a cosmopolitan area, it’s no wonder that BUtiques, the Facebook group started by BU […]

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By Amira Francis, Staff Writer @Mircatfrancis Does bullying of gay and bisexual students diminish after the transition from high school to college? Recent studies discussed by the Associated Press say yes, it does. So my question to a handful of BU students was: what is your experience with this at BU? Hopefully, this video opens […]

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