By Margaret Waterman, Associate Campus Editor @mw_journalist Vindicating dog-lovers and cat-haters all over the world, the BBC World Service dropped this bombshell Tuesday Jan. 29: Cats are responsible for between 1.4 and 3.7 billion bird and between 6.9 and 20.7 billion mammal deaths annually. The BBC article went on to claim that our furry feline friends […]

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By Heather Goldin, Staff Writer @HeatherGoldin The Lonely Island takes the popular phrase “Yolo,” to another extreme in their new song featuring Adam Levine and Kendrick Lamar. Although, The Lonely Island’s song is more accurately described as the anti-yolo. It’s actually a humorous guide to protecting your life as much as possible. The satiric song […]

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By Nolan Young, Staff Writer Located along the bustling streets of Allston, @Union is a restaurant as tasty as it is unique. With its murals, stainless-steel appliances, fresh coffee and delicious food, @Union’s environment is as aesthetically pleasing as the food is appetizing. The menu is diverse, offering a wide array of options for breakfast […]

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By Alexandra Diantgikis, Staff Writer When you’re in a literature course that requires twelve books, a trip to the used bookstore is a must. Not only will it save you a bundle, but also I personally find it to be a great adventure. Wandering through a bookstore and browsing the shelves is enough to put […]

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By Brandon Lewis, Staff Writer @Brandon_S_Lewis In the wake of the second deadliest shooting in American history, Americans are partaking in a heated debate over the future of gun control. Many are calling for legislation that would address the gun control issue head-on while others believe that little could be done to appease the national […]

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By Steph Solis, Staff On nearly every freshman’s checklist is his or her first visit to FitRec. My freshman-year roommate and I crossed that off our list on the first week of school, but instead of working out, we just took the tour and left. We went back in for a minute, realizing we hadn’t […]

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By Christina Janansky, Staff Writer @cjanansky Have you ever watched someone sneeze? In a split second, thousands of tiny particles are floating everywhere, (and I mean everywhere). Unfortunately, the same thing happens when someone vomits, which explains how the nasty norovirus wreaks havoc in BU’s dorms nearly every semester. With a heightened breakout of the […]

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By Bryan Sih, Muse Staff Writer I hand in my Charles River Bread Company form, checked off with delicious ingredients (Asiago Focaccia bread, grilled chicken, bacon, lettuce, caramelized onions, mozzarella cheese, basil—you have to try this sandwich) and at the top I scrawl “ALLERGIC TO TREE NUTS.” I hide behind the GSU pillar and observe […]

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By Jasmine Ferrell, Staff Writer @JasmineInBoston Justin Timberlake recently released a single called “Suit and Tie”  featuring Jay-Z, and it’s kinda turning out to be a big deal. Rolling Stone magazine stated that it after the high was projected to be his best week in song sales ever, which is saying a lot considering Timberlake’s previous […]

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By Margaret Waterman, Associate Campus Editor @mw_journalist If there’s any song from 2012 that’s going to keep getting stuck in your head all throughout 2013, it’s Macklemore and Ryan Lewis’ “Thrift Shop” from his debut album, “The Heist.” I was first introduced to this song when my friend sent me a Facebook message with the […]

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