By Kimberly Clark, Features Staff Writer It was once believed that talking to oneself was the first sign of insanity. However, I am sure that you have found yourself holding a conversation alone. But you’re not crazy. Right? A recent study led by Gary Lupyan, a cognitive psychologist at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, suggests that […]

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By Emilia Navarro, MUSE Staff Writer Hidden beneath glowing theatre marquees, the men in black guard the entrance to the Royale. After showing ID and passing security, you hand over your tickets to the beautiful ladies standing at the foot of a grand staircase. Up the stairs you go to the ballroom, where Modeselektor dominated […]

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By Alyssa DiRubbio, Features Staff Writer  Ah, Commonwealth Avenue: Where the sun is shining, the trees are blooming and the sidewalk is flowing with students in their flip-flops and best summer attire. But what is that squeaking noise, you might ask? Oh, that’s right; it’s those clunky, obnoxious, rubber rain boots that the weather forecast […]

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By Leah Calderon, Features Staff Writer What is the tallest mountain in the world? Who is the fastest man alive? What is the capital of Bangladesh? Where are you going to go to answer these questions? Let me guess… Google? You and around 82 percent of all other Americans. Google has become the master of […]

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By Lauren Dezenski and Sam Sarkisian, Multimedia Staff With only eight class days left in the semester, finals are just around the corner. We asked students in the GSU on Saturday afternoon how they best enjoy doing what students do best: procrastinating. [youtube=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t1t_PFLZSDs&feature=youtu.be]

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By Lucien Flores, MUSE Staff Writer On April 7, DeVotchKa played an acoustic and intimate opening set for The Magnetic Fields at the Berklee Performance Center. The Colorado-based outfit transformed Paradise Rock Club into a multinational party with their influences of Eastern-European, Latin and Western Rock music.

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By Joey Martelli, MUSE staff writer Filmmaker Joss Whedon never fails to disappoint. With his latest contribution to an arguably dying genre, The Cabin in the Woods is out to make its mark with a fresh new take on horror. The Cabin in the Woods is an entirely different breed of horror film. Yet, for those who are […]

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