I was born in Guangzhou, the third largest city in China. I spent most of my lifetime there, and came to the United States three years ago after finishing high school. I studied in upstate New York for two years before I came to Boston. Here I had totally different experiences. These are the similarities […]

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1. The Breakfast Club Diners are usually drawn to this place because it shares a name with the 1985 movie “The Breakfast Club.” Other than some quirky movie references on its menu, such as “The Princess” or “The Jock,” the restaurant doesn’t actually have much to do with any movie, but don’t be disappointed! They […]

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When I think luxury, I think of Louis Vuitton. It is one of the most recognized brands in the world, from its French name that feels exquisite just saying it to its iconic monogrammed logo. As one of the world’s most powerful luxury brands, Louis Vuitton carefully curates its activities and undertakings in order to […]

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By Devon Delfino, Staff Writer @devondelfino In a Washington Post interview with Nina Davuluri, the newly crowned Miss America said: “[In India,] the more fair-skinned you are, the more beautiful you are. And they spend tons of money on skin-lightening creams, bleaches, products, and here it’s vice versa; we spend so much on tanning products.” […]

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By Seline Jung, Staff Writer @selinejung Being back in Seoul, South Korea – my home – after the past year in Boston has been so many things. It has been simultaneously wonderful, comforting, boring, frustrating and more. As I write this, I am honestly still in “wind-down mode” from my crazy semester, the worst of […]

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