Between politics, tragedy and the overall current climate of recent news, it can be easy to forget some of the happy things that happen every day. After scouting the news, here are the top five mood-brightening headlines from this month so far: 1. Stephen Curry, basketball superstar, and James Corden sing and play games on “The Late […]

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Before coming to Boston, I knew the food was going to be amazing. I even bookmarked a ton of places I wanted to try on Yelp before coming to Boston University. However, you know a place has good food if Food Network takes the time to mention it. Between Guy Fieri, Bobby Flay and the […]

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Marco Flores, 17, was sentenced to prison for 15 years in 2011 for the manslaughter of Jaime Galdamez, a 31-year-old cook. Now, 22, Flores is appealing for an early release, according to The Boston Globe. It was Galdamez’ victimization of Flores that triggered the murder. Galdamez had sexually and emotionally abused Flores since he was […]

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The vomit-inducing fashions and cringe-worthy romance movies of the ‘80s may be dead, but that decade’s preferred medium of music listening is seeing a resurgence in popularity. According to The Boston Globe, Boston area record stores are seeing an increase in cassette tape sales. Though the profits aren’t exactly enough to make a fortune, the […]

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By now, we have all heard about the possibility that the Olympics could be held in Boston in 2024. We have heard people talk about how great this would be for Boston tourism and overall morale. We have heard people talk about how great it would be for business and that it would provide the […]

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Fans of the Boston Bruins have grown accustomed to watching hockey through the winter and into May. This 2014-15 season, however, is a different story. The Boston Bruins have failed to make the playoffs for the first time since the 2006-07 season. Due to the problems that plagued the Bruins all season long, some changes […]

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As I sit huddled at my desk with the heat on and a hot cup of coffee next to me, it seems hard to believe that baseball season begins on Sunday, but it’s true. The Boston Red Sox open their season in Philadelphia on Monday afternoon. After reaching the pinnacle of the baseball world in […]

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