There are three key features that I absolutely adore about James Corden: his boisterous laugh, his genuine charisma and, most importantly, his charming British accent. For anyone who does not appreciate the delights of late-night television, James Corden is the host of “The Late Late Show,” which airs on CBS. Similar to most nighttime talk […]

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Why are we all here at Boston University? Most of us would answer, “to get a degree and hopefully get a job right after graduation.” While the job market already looks pretty dicey, we are definitely not ready for the job market situation a mere four years down the line. The World Economic Forum reported that […]

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  In today’s society, turning our devices has become a nearly impossible task. As beneficial as modern technological advancements are, they make our world fast-paced and constantly interconnected. Emails, Snapchats and tweets, just to name a few, are sent 24/7, making it a challenge for people to shut out the world around them and take […]

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To everyone whose SAT score made them feel inadequate or who stayed in a club they hated just to prove their dedication: I have good news. In a Jan. 20 report titled “Turning the Tide,” the Harvard Graduate School of Education offered an examination of current admissions procedures at top universities, along with suggestions for […]

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February is just around the corner, so take a second and think back to your second grade class, when other than writing your mom a thank you note on a sparkly red heart on the 14th, the rest of the month was dedicated to celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. along with other influential African-American leaders […]

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The Democratic Party presidential primary race has not gone as anyone had expected. Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, essentially a Tina Fey-written character come to life, has posed serious competition to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who previously seemed to be on the track for an almost-guaranteed victory. Clinton scored two major endorsements this past […]

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These days, everyone is on a health kick. It’s a new year, and of course people’s resolutions are to be healthy. People start going to the gym again, throw the processed junk food out and replace the food in their refrigerators with all things organic. People want to start off the new year right, help […]

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As college students, we are constantly reminded to be aware of our mental health. Due to the stressful school environment we face each day, we, as students, are encouraged to seek out help when we need it. On Boston University’s campus alone, there are various student-run and administrative groups that specialize in alleviating the strain of […]

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It is the year of the presidential election and abortion is a hot topics polarizing our country into “Pro-Choice” and “Pro-Life” categories. It is highly debated, highly publicized and argued in almost every political debate. Planned Parenthood, a lead provider of not only abortions but also women’s reproductive services, is being defunded and abortion clinics in […]

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