By Adrienne Cytto, Staff Writer @acytto A few weekends ago I traveled with a group of BU students to Port Stephens, a beautiful bay area three hours north of Sydney. We went on a guided day tour including a dolphin watching cruise and a trip to the sand dunes. Port Stephens and Nelson Bay were […]

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By Franchie Viaud, Staff Writer Recently, Marvel announced that it would be releasing “The Black Panther” film on Nov. 3, 2017, spurring both elation and furor among comic book fans. Created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, T’Challa (Black Panther) broke the glass ceiling on African American commencement as seasoned superheroes. It’s not like there was […]

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By Kyra Louie, Staff Writer @beammeupkyra We’ve all had those nights where you drink a little too much and throw out embarrassing drunk selfies and text people you’re not supposed to. Who would have ever thought that there would be an app to fix that? Well, now there is. The new app called Drunk Mode is […]

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By Christine Kelly, Staff Writer @teenykelly Some campuses call it “The Spirit Rock,” while others call it “Big Rock” and some just call it “The Rock,” but almost every college campus has one. Here at BU, ours is affectionately known as the “BU Rock.” Although many a night you may pass by this BU tradition […]

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By Jenna Perlman, Staff Writer @jenna_perlwoman To many young girls, Barbie was our first childhood best friend. We dressed her up, took her to Malibu and rode around in her pink buggy car. But I don’t think we (or at least me, personally) ever realized how disproportioned her body was. New York Daily News did the calculations, […]

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By Adrienne Cytto, Staff Writer @acytto Before I came to Australia, people told me to brush up on my politics and news because Australians are very interested in U.S. policy and at times may even know more than I would. I wouldn’t say this has been the case, but what has been most surprising is […]

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By Sarah Burstein, Staff Writer @sarahh_burstein There’s a Christian alternative to “Fifty Shades of Grey.” You’re not reading that wrong. In Feb. 2015, movie theaters will most likely be filled to the brim with readers of the bestselling novel, “Fifty Shades of Grey” as the film adaptation hits the big screen on Valentine’s Day. But […]

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By Bekah Paxton, Staff Writer @bekahpaxton In an interview last year, President Obama expressed that he was proud of his protection of the “Dreamers”—those people who illegally immigrated to the United States as children. However, he posited that he would not be able to continue saving them and the expanding group of immigrants from deportation. […]

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By Alexandria Hilliard, Staff Writer @alxhilliard Over the past month, “America’s dad,” Bill Cosby, has been in the spotlight a lot more than usual. No, its not because of his newly released biography. It’s because yet another woman has spoken out and accused him of rape. Over the past few years, 15 women have come forward […]

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By Katie Aramento, Staff Writer @kaatiekaat14 The reviews are in! Earlier this week, critics began covering the musical adaptation of “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” that is currently being produced at the La Jolla Playhouse. With music and lyrics by Alan Menken and Stephen Schwartz (I mean, seriously. Could there really be a better duo?), […]

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