Columbus Day is approaching, and it has me asking, “Why are we still celebrating this?” Every second Monday of October, the United States has a federal holiday that only an assortment of schools and businesses actually observe. But let’s be real, why do we still celebrate this holiday? Its named after a man whose greatest […]

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Another long weekend is approaching, and instead of staying at home and sleeping for three days straight, here are some suggestions for where to go for Columbus Day Weekend.   If you like the city: New York Probably the most fashionable city in the world, New York City is only a four or five hour […]

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October is hallmarked by Halloween and Columbus Day, but Boston University’s international ambience will often shine a light on foreign holidays, one of which is Diwali. Diwali is a five-day primarily Hindu festival that celebrates the theme of good triumphing over evil in the world. The main night takes place on the new moon in […]

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What would you want out of your favorite show? You might be seeking the energy of an exciting show, or the intimacy of a small venue. Ultimately, you just want to have a fun time, but maybe you want more. “Light Upon the Lake” is a brief 29-minute album released in June by Chicago-based band […]

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By Clinton Nguyen, Multimedia Editor @voxels Welcome to another week of Quick Fixations, kids. Here are a couple good headscratchers for you from around the web. HOPE THEY REALLY MAKE U THINK I. The Chinese Wall falls Hey, hey, hey did you hear? Vice isn’t hip. Especially if your editorial steps on the big boys’ […]

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