By Sydney Moyer, MUSE Editor “Haven’t we met before? Amongst the buzzing?” The chorus of a gratuitously synth-y track off of Brooklyn indie-pop duo Chairlift’s sophomore album, Something, resounded and bounced off the shabby-chic brick walls of Brighton Music Hall. And an appropriate refrain it is for such a band.

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By Katie Doyle, Features Staff Writer Until May 1, colleges across the country will compete for contraceptives. Conscious Contraceptives, a company that sells contraceptives and donates a portion of the proceeds to communities in need, is hosting a competition across college campuses nationwide. With Boston University as one of its top competitors, BU students will […]

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By Kimberly Clark, Daily Free Press Staff Writer United States Staff Sergeant Robert Bales’ alleged actions on March 11 could not be wholly his fault. His brain could be the cause. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, traumatic brain injuries, or TBI’s, are the cause of about 52,000 deaths in the United […]

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By Sydney Moyer, Muse Editor After she blew Nicki right off her throne with explosive single “212,” self-proclaimed “Young Rapunxel” Azealia Banks is back with a tight, Diplo-produced second effort entitled “F–k Up The Fun.” With an album scheduled to drop this September, Banks is on the fast track to hip-hop stardom, grittier and more […]

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