By Staff Writer Sonia Su Ah, CityCo. Just months in the semester, the one-stop convenience store, also known as City Convenience, is already known to Boston University freshman as…a rip-off. From the waist-up mannequins sporting BU gear not sold in stores to infamously overpriced items, CityCo confuses us all. With the cheaper alternative convenience store, […]

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By Staff Writer Lauren Beader Students who are looking for entertainment, food, a new study environment, or just a nice new place to go can take a short T-ride from Kemore to Brookline. The most popular and most entertaining parts of Brookline include Coolidge Corner and Brookline Village. Coolidge Corner is an exciting, busy environment—a […]

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By Staff Writer Kristen Gloss Boston University has a host of a capella groups that sing tunes both near and far.  Check out what these groups had to say about themselves and give them each a listen! Chordially Yours: This is the “sassiest a cappella group,” said business manager Leanne Curley, a junior in the […]

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Off The Record is a weekly MUSE installment exploring the favorite music of the Daily Free Press editorial staff. Each week a different editor will pick their five favorite songs. Week five features our City Editor, Chelsea Diana. Enjoy.      “Florescent Adolescent”- Arctic Monkeys Fun and witty, with just a touch of bitterness, “Fluorescent […]

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By Features Writer Frankie Barbato If you are supposed to eat an apple a day, why not just pick the apple yourself? During the time of year when the leaves are changing colors and the sun is setting earlier, New Englanders are trying to appreciate the last bit of outdoors before winter. For Boston residents, apple picking […]

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By Staff Writer Maha Kamal Sadia Arshad, a freshman in the College of Arts and Sciences, said she got quite a shock when she logged onto Facebook two weeks ago. “After eating dinner, logging onto my laptop and, like every other college student, opening the Facebook tab, I screamed ‘What the f—?’ in the common […]

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By Staff Writer Katie Pontes Boston University students entering the Student Activities Center gym on Saturday were greeted by a traditional carnival atmosphere, complete with music, games, prizes and 480 cupcakes. Fifteen brave, and evidently hungry, students entered the cupcake-eating contest at Sigma Alpha Mu’s carnival. Contestants were given nothing but a glass of water […]

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By Staff Writer Kaylee Hill This blog is part of a series exploring the neighborhoods of Boston.  Students willing to take the extra stop on the Green Line can discover an eclectic village with diverse flavors and people in the neighborhood of Allston. Refuge Café 155 Brighton Avenue Green Line Stop: Harvard Ave. Refuge Café […]

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