I had never been to the United States before my college life began in Boston. When I was younger, I would imagine all the scenarios that would happen in Boston. Now, Boston is my second home besides Beijing. Still, there are three questions that I want to ask about Boston because it is so different […]

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Tensions are mounting and you sense them everywhere you go these days — from the bulging backpacks that your peers have been carrying around to the crowded libraries during ungodly hours. As you race against time to polish those research papers, why don’t you take a little break and enjoy what the treasure trove of […]

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Everyone knows about the awkwardly short period between Thanksgiving and Christmas, the pinnacle of the holiday season. These few weeks are infamous for one thing and one thing only: food. The amount of food the average person consumes between Turkey Day and Christmas Eve is unprecedented. Between Thanksgiving, Friendsgiving, leftovers I brought back to my […]

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When Instagram starts thinking it’s Snapchat, you know there’s a reason to worry. Instagram has been accused, both maliciously and jokingly, of stealing the uniqueness of Snapchat. While this issue can be disputed at the hands of “doing good business” and “giving people what they want,” people are losing their heads over the newest Instagram […]

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I may or may not have had a love/hate relationship with Thanksgiving break. I am thankful for Friendsgiving, amazing food and great memories, but I’m also super thankful that people are back on campus now. Here’s my Thanksgiving break play-by-play: Day 1: Where have the natives gone? (Wednesday, Nov. 23) The first day of break […]

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Boston University students tend to take for granted our easy access to the rest of Boston. What other campus has eight subway stations running right through it? However, we still grumble about the nausea-inducing unsteadiness of the Green Line and wish that the train was as slick as the red line. I’m guilty of all […]

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Nov. 8 may be the presidential election, but it’s also a big day for candidates running in our local elections. In the town of Barnstable, Aaron Kanzer is running as the Democratic nominee for Massachusetts state representative. The Northeastern University graduate is an energized voice hoping to bring solutions to his home of Cape Cod; […]

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Recently, in a late-night moment, I found myself thinking: “If only life was as easy as any amazing, earth-shattering montage scene in literally any film.” Then an idea popped into my head — maybe life could be like that. Maybe there could be a time where we can run on the T, put on a […]

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Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie (collectively known as the supercouple “Brangelina”) shocked the world on Tuesday with the announcement of their imminent divorce. After 12 years and six children, it seemed like they were going to be one of those Hollywood couples that actually make it. But no, as Saint Angeline of Jolie filed for […]

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