Your dorm key is a key for survival at Boston University. You lose it, and the monetary fine you’ll get is off the charts. You get locked out, and have to deal with Residence Life and the guards looking at you funny. Let’s all hope this doesn’t happen to you right after a shower. (Yes, […]

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During the winter 2015 season, the fashion world displayed a bit of bedroom behavior as it sent hazy-eyed models down the runway in silk pajamas with loose silhouettes. Fast forward one year, and it’s all varsity blues with letterman jackets and subtle skin with the continued obsession of off-the-shoulder pieces. Regardless of the new and […]

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I cannot believe Jaden Smith just broke the Internet, and if you follow his Instagram account @christiaingrey, you know just what I’m talking about. For those of you who are not familiar with this celebrity on Insta, one of his most recent posts is something worth checking out. He uploaded a shirtless photo of him […]

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No wonder worldly women nowadays are even more stressed, anxious and mentally unstable than ever before — they happen to be in competition not only with one another, but also with men. The metrosexual-man attitude, which hovers in the air like a haunting ghost, is setting off every woman’s alarm. First, the new array of […]

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By Shannon Watts, Staff Writer @shannon_watts11 The fashion industry in general, and Vogue magazine in particular, are never far from controversy. From minimizing the involvement of women of color in trends like the “big booty” to outright racist shoots and covers, Vogue has created an image as a white-women only, social-context oblivious publication. But on […]

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By Lucas Williams, Staff Writer @lucaswhatevs The hottest items this year are fashion trucks. Entrepreneurs across the country are taking boutiques to the busy streets of America’s major cities. These wheeled clothing stores operate similarly to the food trucks you see around BU, but sell trendy clothes and style instead of greasy food and diabetes. […]

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By Sarah Kirkpatrick, Muse Editor @Kirkpatrick_SJ Orange is the new red when it comes to lipstick these days. People are getting bolder and bolder with lip color — Boston Calling performer Lorde opts for darker-than-dark shades — and it’s a phenomenal way to make a statement. Allure noted in its September issue that orange is […]

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By Kate Ebeling, Staff Writer @K_ebbie A new year means a new me. Long gone are the days of my subtle judgment on the current climate of the music industry. With the weather having gone from cold to unearthly, and Boston looking incredibly unfamiliar to a Texas native, so I’ve decided to dedicate this 2014 column […]

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By Danny McCarthy, Staff Writer @dannyvonunicorn I should start off by saying that I’m pretty much a blazer expert. I went to a prep school, where coat and tie was the norm and Vineyard Vines was as ubiquitous as Mystery Meat Mondays — a necessary evil. So I am well-acquainted with the navy-blue devil, sewn-up […]

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By Danny McCarthy, Staff Writer @dannyvonunicorn Yeah, we’re going there: the Christmas Sweater. It’s a strange phenomenon: something so ugly that it becomes chic. But for some reason, I am completely on board. Maybe it’s the mob mentality and maybe it’s my love for thick wool and reindeer. All I know is that I crave […]

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