Valentine’s Day is coming up next week, so let’s talk about some of the best ways to spend time with your honey this holiday. The typical dinner and movie aside, here are five interesting date ideas that may spark your own imagination to plan a unique date with your special someone this Valentine’s Day. 1. […]

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By DeeDee Hughes, Staff Writer I’m new to Boston and a freshman painting major here at BU. “The Art Equation is a column all about exploring and breaking down Boston’s vast art scene. Join me as I discuss museum exhibits, find local artists, and ponder all of the bizarre intricacies of the fine art world.  Art […]

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By Stacy Schoonover, Staff Writer @stacyscootover The Museum of Fine Arts (MFA) in Boston is free for college students, only a short distance from Boston University and has a lot of neat exhibits on display right now that are really worth checking out. Here are a few that can only be seen for a short […]

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By Katrina Uy, Staff Writer @katreenz Cherry blossoms, cotton candy and girls in frilly lace dresses are just some of the many possibilities that might come to mind when one thinks of the color pink. From the palest shades of amaranth to the more vibrant fuchsia and magenta, since the later half of the 20th […]

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By Steph Solis, Staff Writer @stephmsolis There’s a ton happening this weekend, from music to free food to crazy shows. Here’s the roundup. Free Boston: A night of Live Art, Music & Social Good at Workbar Cambridge Few know how to have a good time on a budget better than the folks at The Boston Calendar. […]

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By Deborah Wong, Staff Writer @deb_wong_ As you enter the ‘Samurai!’ exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, you face three formidable samurai armors.  These armors symbolize courage, skills and status in  Japanese society. You initially stare in fear at the dragon-shaped horns on the helmet, the protruding nose on the mask and the […]

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By Heather Goldin, Staff Writer @HeatherGoldin I know you’ve probably heard this Bucket List item a million times, but before you scroll down to the next post just hear me out. There are multiple stereotypes surrounding museums, namely a huge white-walled building with art older than, well, everything else, ever. Those who truly appreciate art […]

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