By Sophia Yakumithis As a college student, winter break is generally highly anticipated. The chunk of time between Thanksgiving and finals — for me, at least — is brutal, and the relief of not having to do school work for more than three weeks is euphoric. Unfortunately, my “break” was thwarted by a visit to […]

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By Andrew Harwood Who doesn’t love a good mystery? From detective novels like “Sherlock Holmes,” animated shows for kids like “Scooby-Doo,” to the master of suspense himself, Alfred Hitchcock, mystery is one of the most beloved genres in the world.  In cinema, mystery films revolve around a protagonist and their journey to the solution. Suspense […]

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By Autumn Moon Ever since I was little, I adored playing with makeup. My little sister and I would dress up and paint each other’s faces and rummage through my mom’s makeup stash for inspiration — much to my parent’s dismay. As I got older and began going to stores like Ulta and Sephora, I […]

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By Katherine Wright It’s freezing cold, you’re surrounded by a group of people who swear by the runner’s high, you’re wearing a neon yellow shirt labeled “Turkey Trot 2019” and the only thing that stands in the way between you and an all-you-can-eat feast is a 3.1 mile run.  Simple enough, really.  Except when it’s […]

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By Katrina Liu When I talk to people and ask how their college experience was, it varies. But every single person mentions how difficult their first semester was. I didn’t understand what they meant, until now. As my first semester at Boston University closes out, I have some parting thoughts and tidbits of advice before […]

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