With cooler weather setting in, it’s time to think about getting some new threads. Fall offers the opportunity for lots of layering and creativity with each outfit, without having to cover it all with a huge coat. Of course you could go to Newbury Street or any number of Boston’s great shops, but the way […]

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Family and Friends Weekend is almost upon us and if you’re anything like me, you want to use this as a reason to finally get off campus, but you don’t have a clue what to do. Luckily, I went and did some research on exciting activities taking place this weekend. So without further ado, here […]

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There is something really special about a farmers market in the city. It is slightly out of place — the little white tents are dwarfed by the surrounding skyscrapers and the stacked crates of brightly colored produce beam cheerfully at taxis and pedestrians. But farmers markets work so perfectly, especially in Boston. Farmers markets provide […]

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For college student Katy Flannery, being lactose intolerant came with such a lack of alternative food options that she decided to take it upon herself to bring about change. After graduating from Villanova University, her and classmate Gwen Burlingame combined their knowledge of food science into a line of ice cream called Minus the Moo. […]

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Sandrine Rossi’s email to The Daily Free Press was written in French and translated into English. If you are an amateur fan of wine, cheese and French cuisine, the new South End restaurant and wine bar Frenchie is the perfect place for you. Even though it opened on Jan. 24, Frenchie is already a popular restaurant […]

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Whether you’re an avid coffee drinker or more of a tea person, you’re always looking for cute places to relax and get some work done. Sometimes you just want to find a café to take a cute Instagram picture or two, so here are 5 coffee shops you’ll definitely want to check out to boost […]

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By Christine Kelly, Staff Writer @teenykelly Two years ago, I moved from a suburb in San Francisco to a dorm in Boston. Since then, the plans I’ve made as a 17-year-old have changed and I’ll be graduating (and leaving Boston) a year earlier. It’s now my third and last year here, and I’ve realized that my experiences […]

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By Sabrina Katz, Staff Writer @sabrina_katz The month of October has officially marked the transition from summer to fall here in Boston. I’m definitely not used to it getting this cold this early in the year (I’m a Southern girl, folks!). In order to take full advantage of this sweater weather, some friends and I […]

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By Abbie Lin, Staff Writer @abbielin An excerpt from Eatabl: “On every college campus, there are a few inevitable restaurants that become every students’ involuntary stand-bys and most frequented waterholes, primarily for their proximity to campus and relative affordability. The best thing about BU, to me, is its inclusion in one of the greatest cities […]

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By Brooke Jackson-Glidden, MUSE Editor There’s a tiny foodie mecca hidden across the bay, a five- to ten-minute walk from South Station. Perhaps you’ve seen it on a visit to the ICA or the Atlantic Wharf. It’s a bizarre contrast between modern Los Angeles glass and classic Boston brick architecture: the waterside docks perfect for a quick […]

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