Throughout October, across the river in Cambridge, Harvard University dining hall workers went on strike. The workers walked out in protest over low wages and proposed changes to their health care plan that would increase out-of-pocket costs. The strike just ended last week, with the workers having their wages increased to $35,000 a year and […]

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Whether you’re an avid coffee drinker or more of a tea person, you’re always looking for cute places to relax and get some work done. Sometimes you just want to find a café to take a cute Instagram picture or two, so here are 5 coffee shops you’ll definitely want to check out to boost […]

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Boston is arguably one of the most photogenic cities out there. There are plenty photo-worthy places to visit, however, if you’re only here for a few days, make sure you check out the following locations to boost up your Instagram feed and show off your trip: 1. Brattle Book Shop The Brattle Book Shop is […]

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It’s punching season at Harvard! You probably don’t know what that means, so I’ll back up a bit. If you’re “punched” at Harvard, it means you’ve been invited to rush a final club. Final clubs are social clubs that are traditionally all-male, exclusive organizations that have gone unrecognized by the university. They’re basically high-key fraternities. […]

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Lucas Williams, Staff Writer @lucaswhatevs I, Lucas Williams, college freshman and avid chocolate lover, hereby declare a state of emergency: authentic British Cadbury chocolate will soon no longer be sold in the United States. Well, not legally, anyways. Hershey’s has banned the sale and importation of British Cadbury chocolate. Luckily, Hershey’s holds the rights to […]

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By Christine Kelly, Staff Writer @teenykelly With Halloween coming up this week, I decided to add a little seasonal twist to one of the official BUcket list items. I suppose I could’ve “pahked my cah in the Hahvard Yahd” but I don’t have a car or a thick Boston accent. I don’t even know where […]

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By Seline Jung, Staff Writer @SelineJung Boston during the winter holiday season is as bright, cheery and traditional as it gets, but there is so much more for those of us with an eclectic taste. From horse-drawn carriage rides through historic Beacon Hill to 24-hour improv comedy shows to half- naked Santa runs, the next […]

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By Amira Francis, Staff Writer @Mircatfrancis Sometimes it’s easy to get stuck in the confines of Boston University’s campus. Sure, there’s a whole world out there, but BU is, well, comfy, convenient and safe. Why go out somewhere else to study and have a good time when you can curl up in your best friend’s […]

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