My friend Zoe from home came to visit me in Boston this weekend. And due to an unfortunate non-refundable flight scheduling mishap, she was only in town for a little over a day. And Boston, being a large city, is resistant to being showcased only in a day. Boston really needs a weekend, or even […]

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Let’s rewind to a few weeks ago, when we had that wonderful cold blizzard that forced Boston University to reward our hard work this semester with a snow day. If you’re like me, then you probably accomplished absolutely nothing that day besides a load or two of laundry and binge-watching an entire season of your […]

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It’s safe to say that living in a city has its perks. Boston shines especially when it comes to concert venues with its myriad of shows. Here are nine concerts to look forward to in the next few months. Red Hot Chili Peppers When: Feb. 7 and 8, 7:30 p.m. Where: TD Garden The Red […]

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On Thursday, I found myself in a classroom in the basement of the College of Arts and Sciences, waiting to listen to Nadya Okamoto, a Harvard freshman, give a talk about tampons. Menstruation is a taboo topic, even on a progressive campus like Boston University, but BU’s new chapter of HeForShe, an organization dedicated to […]

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Are you looking to avoid the papers and tests piling up? Do want a place to go to procrastinate that’s not just the happy place inside your head? I’d recommend a trip to the movies. But, of course, if you’re going to go to the movies and spend the painful $13.50 for a ticket, you’re […]

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Every Terrier has been through it: you look forward to enjoying a weekend with your friends, and as Friday night approaches, you get the sniffles. Saturday morning arrives, and you wake up a zombie. The BU-bonic Plague has been making its way around campus, and it has finally infected you. So instead of spending the […]

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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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Preppy, girly, goth — everyone rocks their own different and unique style. With the rising popularity of “athleisure,” a new style has blurred the line between athletically inclined people and those who just want to be comfortable. Athletic or not, these people can be found sporting T-shirts from their high school lacrosse team or yoga […]

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A recent Harvard University graduate filed a lawsuit Tuesday due to the school’s misconduct in dealing with a sexual assault complaint, The New York Times reported. Alyssa Leader claims the school forced her to live in the same dorm as her assaulter, even after she had reported his behavior multiple times. Leader decided to sue […]

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To everyone whose SAT score made them feel inadequate or who stayed in a club they hated just to prove their dedication: I have good news. In a Jan. 20 report titled “Turning the Tide,” the Harvard Graduate School of Education offered an examination of current admissions procedures at top universities, along with suggestions for […]

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