Monday and Wednesday — Blaze Pizza fundraiser with Edge Dance Company Boston University’s jazz and contemporary dance group, Edge, is having a fundraiser and holding auditions this week. The group performs at college showcases around the Boston area at MIT, BU, Northeastern, etc. The group is entirely student run and choreographed. Head down to Blaze […]

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Most people at Boston University have a vague memory of their guided tour. They walked a lot, didn’t pay attention during the spiel on the Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center and were very confused when shown the so-called BU Beach. I think it’s fair to say that the tour really only skims the surface of […]

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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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If you’re not into the gym scene but still want to stay fit, running outside is the simplest way to work on your cardio. Boston University has many pros and cons for runners. For one, the Charles River is an amazing view to have on your jog and you can try running faster than the […]

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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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Scientists and researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology decided to build a time capsule that would last at least 1,000 years in 1957. They didn’t use the typical materials like wood or copper, but rather glass that would be sturdy enough to withstand all the elements. Glass is incredibly stable compared to materials like […]

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Whenever I hear the words “intelligence quotient,” I think about Albert Einstein or Spencer Reid (“Criminal Minds” fans, you understand). It is so cliché of me, but I do. I think about super humans, but I fear that soon I will to have to think about super machines. An artificial intelligence system at the Massachusetts […]

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By Becca DeGregorio, Science Tuesday Editor @beccadeeeee For us millennials, the only thing more frustrating than dealing with technology is our parents’ collective assumption that we are all in constant danger when we use it. Personally, a combination of daily iPhone updates and high school sermons on Internet safety has been enough to deter me […]

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By Kyra Louie, Staff Writer @beammeupkyra Over the past few years, college classes have changed and adapted to pop culture and the modern college student. They have infused television mediums, as well as popular movies and trends. This coming spring, MIT will offer a course called “Credit for Reddit.” The MIT Reddit class will both […]

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By Katrina Uy, Staff Writer @katreenz Just how far are you willing to go to find Mr. Right or the girl of your wildest dreams? A controversial new dating app called “Carrot Dating” hit the market last week. Its website states: “Gifts are the greatest ‘ice breaker.’ Carrot Dating turns ‘fat chance’ into ‘why not?’ […]

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