By Jasmine Ferrell, Staff Writer @JasmineInBoston Do you happen to have $250,000 lying around? Forget about your ever-increasing student debt and spend it on a shirt completely made out of gold. That’s right, you could be walking around with the most expensive shirt if you’re willing to slap down a couple dollar bills. Who cares if it’s […]

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By Danielle Cantey @canielle17 We’ve all experienced the anxiety of entering a crowded lunch room alone on the first day of middle or high school. In those awkward grade school years, finding someone to sit with could be a daunting task. Sitting alone generally indicated you were some sort of social pariah. But once college begins, those anxieties […]

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By Alexandra Diantgikis, Staff Writer @adiantgikis Boston University is a sea of unique minds and personalities. You could meet a future brain surgeon, a published poet, a Grammy award-winning artist, a marine biologist or an elementary school teacher all in your first class here. Students come from all walks of life, calling different countries home, […]

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By Devon Delfino, Staff Writer @devondelfino It’s official, anyone can have their own show. The new show on E!, “What Would Ryan Lochte Do?”, premiered this past Sunday, and for the life of me I can’t figure out why someone though this was a good idea. True, Lochte has accomplished a ton when it comes to […]

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By Kristina Saliba, Staff Writer One thing I never thought I would share with the President of the United States? We both Vine. That’s right America; your President was recently featured in his very own Vine, a relatively new social media app that let’s you put together short video clips that you film on your smart […]

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By Jasmine Ferrell, Staff Writer @JasmineInBoston Not every “conflict” is worth suing over, let’s just be up front about that. Through the years there have been so many outlandish lawsuits to supply a never-ending list. I even found a top ten most ridiculous “lawsuits of the month” list. That is roughly one third of the […]

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By Christina Janansky @cjanansky Suffering from a fresh breakup? Fearsome of dying alone? Worried you will replace your loneliness with dozens of cats? Well, no need to fear— the new “girlfriend coat” is here. The girlfriend coat— a new development by a team of students at the University of Tsukuba in Japan— won’t ever cheat […]

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By Abigail Lin @abbielin So far, one of the most palpable disparities between Europe and the United States that I’ve noticed is in its’ citizens environmental consciousness. How many bags did you last use in your trip to Shaws, 10? While they have plastic bags for purchase in Paris, each one costs the equivalent of […]

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By Devon Delfino, Staff Writer @devondelfino Last week’s American Airlines computer snafu , which caused the cancellation of over four hundred flights, served as a disturbing reminder of how reliant we have become on technology, and how easily it can fail us. Smart phones, tablets, laptops, etc. We now have countless ways to stay connected. […]

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By Deborah Wong, Staff Writer @deb_wong_ As you enter the ‘Samurai!’ exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, you face three formidable samurai armors.  These armors symbolize courage, skills and status in  Japanese society. You initially stare in fear at the dragon-shaped horns on the helmet, the protruding nose on the mask and the […]

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