By Olivia DeFrances, Staff Writer @abstractinspire So, you’ve made your plans, stocked up on candy corn and all that’s left is getting your costume. But wouldn’t you rather save your money for your night out, rather than ditching it on a generic costume that’s going to fall apart? Well, the good news is that do-it-yourself […]

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By Brandon Lewis, Staff Writer @Brandon_S_Lewis With the presidential election fewer than two weeks away, many Americans are finalizing their ballot selections. Some are watching playback of the highly publicized debates between Obama and Romney. Others are evaluating the candidates’ stances on important issues. The media and the majority of the country have focused on […]

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By Maya Devereaux, Staff Writer Fall is in full swing, which means it’s time to break out the pumpkins if you haven’t done so already. Massachusetts is a great area to go pumpkin picking, so make it goal to go at least once during your time here in Boston. Unfortunately, most of the farms that […]

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By Ryan Galindo, Staff Writer @rygalindo Home. What comes to mind when you hear that word? I see my family and friends, my room, beaches and palm trees. I could go on forever, but that’ll only make my bout of homesickness worse. When I arrived in Boston, I thought this city was nothing short of […]

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By Marie Goldstein, Staff Writer Marie_Goldstein It’s no secret that Sunset Cantina is definitely the best place to eat on campus. I don’t know a soul who can say no to an invitation to Sunset. What is it that gets students to go back again and again? 1. The nachos As an experienced nacho lover, […]

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By Heather Goldin, Staff Writer @HeatherGoldin What can a group of students do with brooms, partially deflated dodge balls, volleyballs and hula hoops? If you think this is a trick question, think again. This is all the equipment you need to play Quidditch, and Boston University’s Quidditch team has six years of experience. If you […]

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By Kimberly Clark, Science Tuesday Editor Speaking on behalf of the female proportion of the population, I would like to say that bras are a necessary evil. They are not the most comfortable contraptions made for women, but they could be a lot worse. (How about those five inch heels, ladies?) And at the end […]

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By Tom Ford, Daily Free Press contributor The third presidential debate, which took place at Lynn University in Florida, was a discussion that, while slated to center around the candidates’ foreign policy platforms, frequently reverted back to a discussion of life at home. Both candidates made it clear that while there are significant threats to […]

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By Jasmine Ferrell, Staff Writer @JasmineInBoston Last week, I said I would do a personal investigation, and indeed I did. Boston Common was the obvious choice for a first timer, as numerous sources informed me. When I emailed the Paranormal Research Association of Boston, they sent back a personal email telling me this was the […]

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