By Heather Goldin, Staff Writer College is an exciting place, and besides the intriguing academics at Boston University to keep us occupied, college students usually find themselves searching for what to do on the weekend. For the 21 and over students, the weekend usually entails a drinking excursion of sorts. But for those of us […]

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By Hilary Ribons, Staff Writer Sharing living space with other people is bound to stir up some occasional conflict.  The most common point of contention arises between those who like quiet, and those who don’t. I’m sure you all have heard of the philosophy work hard, play harder. Never was this philosophy put to practice […]

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By Jasmine Ferrell, Staff Writer Who is a hipster? Among other things, someone who appreciates vinyl, are masters at discovering obscure bands and love flannel and cut-off shorts. Where do they thrive? Apparently Allston-Brighton, as Forbes just ranked the area 18th on its “Best Hipster Neighborhoods” list. When attempting to find the local “hipster haunts” in […]

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By Marie Goldstein, Staff Writer One of the best things about Boston is the nature that is nestled within the city. As Boston University students, we should all get out there and take advantage of these secret grassy getaways. BU Beach: This is BU favorite, and the most well known nature spot on campus. Whether […]

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By Seline Jung, Staff Writer I rounded up a compilation of who I thought were the best and worst dressed at the 64th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards last night. If you didn’t get a chance to watch last night, scroll through the pictures and critique these red carpet fashions.   Emmy’s best: – Giuliana Rancic in Ramona […]

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By Ryan R.H. Galindo, Staff Writer My government teacher in high school once told me that politics is never “black and white.” Rather, it’s more about the “gray” in between. Upon hearing those words, I realized that they pretty much summarized what I thought about the complicated world of politics. There are stances in both the […]

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By Amira Francis, Staff Writer Walking down Commonwealth Avenue, I asked Boston University students what they thought about Occupy Boston. Although the answers vary, the most popular ones I heard were: “Like, the same thing that happened on Wall Street?” “Uh … I’m the wrong person to ask.” Wait – who is the right person […]

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By Jamie Lin, Staff Writer Sunday night was the 64th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards. The stars came, they saw and, for the most part, the expected winners conquered. Jimmy Kimmel’s opening sketch was perhaps a highlight of the night, but only because Lena Dunham (creator, writer, star and nominee for HBO’s “Girls” ) chose to go […]

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