By Hannah Landers, Muse [email protected] Sweet summer is almost here, which means it’s almost time for The Muse to take a vacation. But before we grab our flip-flops and short-shorts, we have a few final suggestions to make this summer the most Muse-tastic ever. Below is a list of movies to see, albums to listen to, […]

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By Katrina Uy, Staff [email protected] Just how far would you be willing to go to take better selfies? Apparently, trying to take another one from a different angle or putting a filter on wasn’t good enough for Triana Lavey, 38, a talent manager from Los Angeles, who spent around $15,000 on cosmetic surgery solely to change […]

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By Jacob Carter, Staff [email protected] Recently, a local talk show host discovered the consequences of teasing a monkey. On her show “Great Day Houston,” Deborah Duncan devoted a segment to a Capuchin monkey, which had a role in the film “Dr. Doolittle,” and its trainer. All goes well until the trainer decides to let the […]

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By Ann Singer, Staff [email protected] When life throws racist innuendos in the form of bananas your way, what do you do? Barcelona’s Dani Alves picked it up and immediately took a bite during a soccer match at Villarreal last Sunday. Alves is a Brazilian, playing for Barcelona. Evidently, someone in the stands didn’t appreciate Alves’ presence. At […]

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By Stacy Schoonover, Staff [email protected] I spent this past weekend in New York, and while NYC is the “big apple” and the “largest city in the U.S.” I couldn’t help thinking how much I love Boston more. Don’t get me wrong, New York is amazing — but there is just something about Boston that makes […]

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By Kyra Louie, Staff [email protected] Have you ever walked by homeless people without actually looking at them? It’s okay to admit to it, I definitely have. Now, what if those people you were passing were actually your beloved relatives? Well, this video is going to shock you. People’s brothers, sisters, aunts, uncles, and even wives […]

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By Sanah Faroke, Staff [email protected] Behold! We have entered the ‘week of death,’ i.e. the week before finals week. We’ve entered the dome of late night strategy sessions, unhealthy food choices, and nocturnal raccoon eyes covered over with concealer. Wait, is that just me? Well, Katniss and I might be BFFs because I feel like […]

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By Robin Ngai, Staff [email protected] Once again it’s the time of year where seniors (and sometimes juniors) graduate and begin living in the “real world” — a world where you enter true adulthood and (hopefully) land a job that both pays the bills and makes you happy. As a rising junior, quite frankly this whole […]

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By Shivani Patel, Staff [email protected] “Britain’s Got Talent,” the British sister to “America’s Got Talent,” recently aired a Latin dance troupe. While dance may not be something new on this show, the troupe definitely brought something new to the table. Made up of five couples from the U.K., Kings and Queens took the stage on […]

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By Margaret Waterman, Staff [email protected]_waterman I am so thankful I chose to study in London. Immersing myself in British culture has been an adventure and I am so grateful to have been able to do so in such a beautiful, historic place. I feel extremely lucky to have been able to call such a lively […]

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