The image of the Boston Bruins hoisting the Stanley Cup in 2011, just missing out on it in 2013 and topping the Eastern Conference last year seem like distant memories. The month of February has not been nice to the Bruins. They have only seen the win column twice this month. They lost six games […]

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Even up until about a decade ago, unless you were a “somebody,” you were a nobody within the fashion industry. It didn’t matter how different and fashion-forward your ensemble was — nothing mattered until it was acknowledged by The People. Who are The People? Anna Wintour, Olivia Palermo — the industry’s giants made up of […]

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On Sunday, I broke one of my few sacred rules: sleeping in. This was one Sunday in which I let coffee be the sole component of my bloodstream to keep the groggy-eyed Sunday persona I usually am from emerging. Why? I needed to be my best self for the Oscars. I always feel that the […]

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Over the past few months, a measles outbreak has spread across the United States. This disease, causing a red-spotted rash and a fever, is prevalent within children, and can be extremely dangerous if not treated properly. With this recent outbreak, many have paid their doctors visits and received injections to build up immunity. Others, however, […]

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One of my favorite stories to tell of my experiences abroad is the story of the time my friend Rachel slapped the arm of a Spanish gypsy in Grenada because the woman was pick-pocketing our friend, Megan. It was certainly a bold move on Rachel’s part. However, it is not only an awesome story to […]

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Rhea Nevgi, Staff Writer While Adobe had different plans for commemorating the 25 years of Photoshop, fan site “The Beyoncé World” decided to celebrate the silver anniversary by leaking several unedited photos of our Queen Bey, from a 2013 L’Oréal campaign. When Beyoncé’s lack of “flawlessness” came to light Wednesday, fans and haters alike were […]

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Rain or shine, the Oscars is probably the most prestigious award show honoring the best films of 2014. On Sunday night, the hottest celebrities hit the red carpet wearing the best and, of course, worst from the most prestigious designers. Viewers were left gasping at the beautiful gowns. However, people were also left wondering why some […]

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So much has been happening in LGBT politics this past week that I think it’s time for a fabulous LGBT political news roundup. Why is it fabulous, you might ask? Because I’m writing it. This week, laws were made, laws were trashed and the notorious R.B.G expressed optimism about marriage equality. First off, Alabama is […]

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On March 7, Terry Richardson will open an exhibit in Paris for the first time since 1999. The news has caused quite a lot of controversy within the art world. I personally feel as if most people are very indifferent toward the subject of Richardson and his controversial photography methods. They try to ignore the […]

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As contentious as U.S. President Barack Obama’s presidency has become, its quest is visibly transformative. What is least likely to go down with his legacy, but is arguably most notable, is the way he has challenged public discourse. On Feb. 5, Obama addressed religious leaders at the National Prayer Breakfast by decrying those who distort […]

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