By Alex H. Wagner @AlexHWagner Although the idea of dueling pianos tends to share connotations with a Bugs Bunny cartoon, in reality the act of playing music in a pair or group brings unlikely groups together. In this instance, that divide is the Charles River separating Boston University and Harvard. For the first time, BU […]

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By Sarah Kirkpatrick (@Kirkpatrick_SJ) and Andrew Battifarano (@Squidthoughts) Not familiar with the Seattle Seahawks or Denver Broncos? Only going to your friend’s Super Bowl party for the snacks? Don’t worry — here’s everything you need to know about each team, plus some final score predictions from the DFP sports staff. SEATTLE SEAHAWKS Regular Season: 13-3 overall […]

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By Ross Hsu, Staff Writer If you’re not already excited for Boston Calling, you can go ahead and get out of my face. For the upcoming festival this May, they’ve extended the festival from two to three days, which is awesome enough in that the fun will last longer. But the real benefit of the additional […]

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By Katrina Uy, Staff Writer @katreenz What better way to get ready for Super Bowl Sunday than by watching Bad Lip Reading’s latest viral video? Yep, you heard right – they’ve done it again and they’re back with a sequel to the original, entitled “More NFL – A Bad Lip Reading”. I know nothing about […]

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By Stacy Schoonover, Staff Writer @stacyscootover Interested in architecture and want to learn more about it? Here are some ways to get involved with architectural opportunities at Boston University! The Architecture Club BU’s Architecture Club is the first club dedicated to enjoying and learning more about architecture. The club acts as a resource for students interested […]

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By Sabrina Katz, Staff Writer @sabrina_katz Whether it’s eaten plain, with fruit, or even in a lasagna, cottage cheese is a wonderful way to get your daily dose of protein without all the fat. Though some people shun dairy products because they’re thought to be too high in sugar and not easily digestible, fat-free cottage […]

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By Kate Ebeling, Staff Writer @K_ebbie A new year means a new me. Long gone are the days of my subtle judgment on the current climate of the music industry. With the weather having gone from cold to unearthly, and Boston looking incredibly unfamiliar to a Texas native, so I’ve decided to dedicate this 2014 column […]

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By Shivani Patel, Staff Writer @shizupates Personally, I think the cold weather is tolerable, but once wind is added to that mix there is no way you can force me to leave Warren Towers. What better way to pass the time then to watch mind-blowing dance videos online? That was a trick question, there is […]

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By Sanah Faroke @sanahfaroke Whether you’re jamming out to Kendrick Lamar while getting ready for a party, or taking it easy with some tunes from Xx, your music typically reflects your mood and what you’re doing. A lot of the time, to prep myself for a long day, I listen to fast-paced music and it gets me […]

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By Emily Overholt, Staff Writer @EmilyOverholt It’s cold, the T is running slow, you have a big lecture with no attendance and it’s too early in the semester to really miss anything important. Don’t pretend like you don’t want to skip. But before you turn off that third (or sixth in my case) panicking alarm, think about the price […]

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