It’s job hunting season, which means I’ve been spending most of my time sitting at my desk, filling out application after application. It’s especially during this period of time that I can’t help but revisit my more youthful days spent playing with toys, without a care in the world. Toys R Us has played a […]

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As an ardent horror fan and an avid reader, I read several Stephen King novels in my youth. Surprisingly, however, I’d never gotten around to reading one of King’s most renowned books, “It.” So when the trailer for the movie adaptation of “It” was released back in March, I immediately stepped out to purchase the […]

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On Sunday morning, residents of Claflin, Sleeper and Rich halls woke up to a nasty surprise: the fire alarms sounding off as a result of an electrical problem. Those who evacuated the building were not allowed back in for three hours later. While this was definitely unexpected, it was interesting to see how people reacted […]

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This Jewish delicatessen restaurant, located at 335 Harvard St. in Brookline, is enough to cure any post-Halloweekend tiredness. It’s also a convenient 20-minute walk from West Campus, and right by Trader Joe’s. At your own discretion, you can be seated at the counter if a spot is open, which is a rare find, or you […]

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We have finally descended upon the last day of the mystical Halloweekend. While many of us may still be scrambling to find the perfect costume (I’m still deciding between going as Miranda from “Sex and the City” or “The Jinx” icon Robert Durst), running to the store to buy overpriced candy or finalizing our nighttime plans, […]

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1. Harley Quinn One of the hottest movies of 2016 is none other than “Suicide Squad.” This movie had many fantastic features, but Margot Robbie’s role as Harley Quinn was definitely one of the highlights. Her lines in the film were delivered charmingly and eloquently, and her action scenes were groundbreaking. So naturally, who wouldn’t […]

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Protesters of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on Wednesday decided to take their indignation and channel it into a unique idea. Six taco trucks surrounded the Trump International Hotel Las Vegas, forming a wall around the vicinity of the building. The protest took one of Trump’s suggestions and essentially made fun of it. Inspired by […]

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Ah, yes, it’s that time of year again: Halloween. The air is crisper, the sun is setting earlier and a clown is snooping around every corner. I don’t know about you, but I find myself to be absolutely obsessed with reading true crime stories; they simultaneously fascinate and terrify me. Therefore, here are some true […]

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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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