Back in 2001, life was a lot more simple for 5-year-old me. My sources of entertainment were my toys, my tricycle and for most part, “Tom and Jerry.” There existed no concept of playing Candy Crush on the iPad — I would instead keep myself occupied with my storybooks. Now, there has been a drastic […]

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Literature and media allowed me to grow up in New York without ever actually being in New York. It started off with “Gossip Girl,” developed with Holden Caulfield and Nick Carraway and is still being shaped by Woody Allen. I catch myself conjuring up a concrete paradise that I travel through in an iconic yellow […]

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By Stacy Schoonover, Staff Writer@stacyscootover I spent this past weekend in New York, and while NYC is the “big apple” and the “largest city in the U.S.” I couldn’t help thinking how much I love Boston more. Don’t get me wrong, New York is amazing — but there is just something about Boston that makes […]

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By Shivani Patel, Staff Writer @shizupates During the Super Bowl, Chobani aired a commercial in which a bear ransacks a mom and pop grocery store, leaving only a section of Chobani greek yogurt in tact. The bear even takes one of the yogurt cups and puts it on the counter, as if ready to pay […]

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By Brooke Jackson-Glidden, MUSE Food Editor It’s official. We’ve been back from spring break for more than one week. Still feeling the effects of withdrawal? Got the mid-semester blues? Luckily, Brooke Jackson-Glidden, MUSE Food Editor, can look back at her spring break with more than just a forlorn feeling. And in typical foodie fashion, she […]

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By Danielle Cantey, Staff Writer “It’s just pop!” Sarah Palin exclaimed as she drank from a Big Gulp while mocking the recent overturning of the infamous New York City soda ban at the recent Conservative Political Action Conference, according to an article on ThinkProgress.com. According to an article by The Wall Street Journal New York’s […]

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By Ryan Galindo, Staff Writer @rygalindo   I grew up thinking I had family that lived in the Philippines, Guam, Orlando, Fla. and Los Angeles. Nothing more, nothing less. And I believed that for 18 years. When the time came for my me and my parents to decide where I would be going for college, […]

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