By Margaret Waterman, Staff Writer @mh_waterman If you know me at all, you know I am crazy about the Winter Olympics. From ski jumping to curling to skeleton, there isn’t one event I don’t enjoy watching. As an avid skier and general athletic enthusiast, I grew up on snow (I was a competitive alpine ski racer […]

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By Kate Ebeling, Staff Writer @K_ebbie A new year means a new me. Long gone are the days of my subtle judgment on the current climate of the music industry. With the weather having gone from cold to unearthly, and Boston looking incredibly unfamiliar to a Texas native, so I’ve decided to dedicate this 2014 column […]

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By Danny McCarthy, Staff Writer @dannyvonunicorn Yeah, we’re going there: the Christmas Sweater. It’s a strange phenomenon: something so ugly that it becomes chic. But for some reason, I am completely on board. Maybe it’s the mob mentality and maybe it’s my love for thick wool and reindeer. All I know is that I crave […]

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By Danny McCarthy, Staff Writer @dannyvonunicorn When it gets to late November and early December in Boston, you should know what to expect. I’m a lifelong New Yorker, but even I was unprepared — emotionally, physically, spiritually — for the North Pole crashing down Commonwealth Avenue a few weeks ago. If you don’t remember a […]

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By Clemence Pluche, Staff Writer Boston’s prominent collegiate youth play a great role in determining fashion trends. This fall’s trendsetters have shown us that fall/winter trends are a re-vamp of summer style. This is most commonly achieved by layering up and toning down; mini skirts become maxi skirts, the color palette darkens. Some popular choices are: […]

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By Taylor Hartz, Staff Photographer and Writer @taylorjaded At the start of the spring semester I had never traveled outside the country. Today, I find myself quite literally on the other side of the world, spending my summer in Australia. After 32 hours of traveling, I went from Connecticut to Boston to Houston to LA, […]

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By Kristina Saliba, Staff Writer This March I grew extremely tired of opening my yellow Warren Tower curtains only to see more snow falling down on Comm Ave. Every day before those snowfalls, I would be foolishly led on by the melting snow on the sidewalks, mistakenly led to believe that maybe…just maybe…this time it […]

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By Sydney Moyer, Music Editor @sydneymoyer You know those nights where it’s starting to snow and you’re walking home, but you forgot your gloves, and you probably should have worn a heavier jacket? But you’re too tired to care—you go home, don about four blankets, make some tea, turn on the fireplace app on your […]

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By Ryan Galindo, Staff Writer @rygalindo Let’s talk about the weather, shall we? In Guam, many residents have commented that the weather is invariably sporadic. You’ll have sun one day, rain the other and, more often than not, sun AND rain. I’m not kidding. I’m not quite sure if it happens in other parts of […]

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