By Amira Francis, Staff Writer @Mircatfrancis I’m sure you’ve heard of the latest dance move gone viral, ‘The Harlem Shake.’ But what’s equally as entertaining as watching thousands of people making dancing fools of themselves on the Internet? Watching Harlem’s reaction to the dance. Five minutes of pure gold ensue as Harlem residents pick apart […]

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By Arielle Sebestyen Welcome to the MUSE Food section’s No Kitchen Required, where BU students send in their favorite dorm-friendly recipes. Dorm-friendly recipes don’t require any sort of traditional kitchen appliances. Can you make it with a microwave? Does it involve ingredients you can sneak from the dining hall? Then it’s dorm-friendly! Send all submissions […]

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By Maya Devereaux, Staff Writer @MayaDevereaux If my 11-year-old sister asked me to name the members of One Direction, I would be foolishly stumped. The only one I know of is Harry Styles, and I would not even be able to recognize him on a magazine cover. A.J. McLean, Kevin Richardson, Howie Dorough, Brian Littrell […]

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By Zara Kavarana, Staff Writer Coming into college is a blank slate. We find ourselves submerged knee-deep in opportunities – some that stand out academically and some that stand out socially. So many of us want to belong, find our place, meet new people. Greek life is one of the more obvious places to start. […]

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By Ann Jacob, Staff Writer With less pageantry and lots of speculation, after President Barack Obama addressed the nation in the State of the Union address last Tuesday, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) delivered the opposing party response. While the former is required by the constitution and given by every president since George Washington, the latter […]

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By Heather Goldin, Staff Writer @HeatherGoldin In the past, guns have symbolized anything from protection and freedom to a terrible evil. But as far as I can tell, in 2013, guns seem to have been more of a tool for violence than anything else. Obama’s gun control agenda includes many ways to eliminate gun-related crimes. […]

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By Christina Janansky @cjanansky Do you love video games? How about beer? If the answer’s “all of the above,” then Durham-based advertising agency, McKinney, has the perfect game for you. It’s called ‘The Last Barfighter’ and the winner gets a full cup of beer. The custom 2D game—which is played on McKinney’s hand-made ‘Beercade’ machine—was created […]

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By Jasmine Ferrell, Staff Writer @JasmineInBoston Did your valentine fail to get your favorite scent? Well you’re about to feel even worse. Unless you were one of the lucky seventy-two winners, you missed out on the miracle that is Eau de Pizza Hut. That’s right, a Pizza Hut perfume. It originally started out as a […]

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By Hilary Ribons, Blog Editor @hilaryalexisr and Seline Jung, Multimedia Editor @selinejung Some of the DFP staff ventured out on a Friday night for a “bar crawl!” Check out the list on our Foursquare map to see where you’re headed. Here’s what we found: Tommy Doyle’s: Located on the side of a small street in […]

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By Samantha Wong, Staff Writer  @saaaamwong The description reads, ‘Have you ever seen the movie Accepted? We’re like that but with more bananas.’ Like it says in its description, Banana University is a Facebook page, a Twitter and a Tumblr that hosts photos of Boston University students–eating bananas. Banana University is a simple idea that […]

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