Spring semester has begun and students are ready for a new start. However, we all know that one month later, with midterms and club commitments, stress levels will once again be at an all-time high. Even though I’m studying abroad in London, I’m still faced with tension arising from doing academic internships, obtaining a visa […]

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Now that Donald Trump is officially the 45th president of the United States, more media attention is being placed on his cabinet picks. As I search through the list and watch the hearings, I find myself more and more shocked with each nomination. I keep thinking to myself, “Wouldn’t it be nice if we could […]

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It’s safe to say that living in a city has its perks. Boston shines especially when it comes to concert venues with its myriad of shows. Here are nine concerts to look forward to in the next few months. Red Hot Chili Peppers When: Feb. 7 and 8, 7:30 p.m. Where: TD Garden The Red […]

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With spring semester starting, students are already heading to the library to study, and the transition from holiday break to homework and tests is stressful enough as it is. While academics are definitely stress-inducing, getting your lunch or daily dose of caffeine does not. Here are a few pieces of advice about eating at BU […]

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You’d think it would be peaceful to return to a clean and quiet apartment everyday, but it is truly uneventful without your entire friend group on campus. Boston University has definitely given me my best friends in the world, and a month without them was semi-brutal. Break is nice but an active semester is somehow […]

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1. Become the first person to ever live on an Amtrak train. I mean, hey, he is Amtrak Joe, right? It only seems appropriate that he should be the person to reside on an Amtrak. Think of the possibilities. Biden, riding the rails, cutting a path across the American Heartland, possibly coining the phrase “housetrain.” […]

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Winter break has come to a close and now it’s time to buckle down to tackle another semester. Looking back at that month-long break from responsibility, I have to acknowledge that I would not have been able to survive if I didn’t have an awesome relationship with my mom. She inspired this article, so here […]

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Ah, Inauguration Day. It is the political version of spring cleaning for some, and the beginning of the apocalypse for others. At noon on Jan. 20, Donald Trump will be sworn into the most powerful office in the nation. While most of us will be in class during the day, at night we all will […]

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As the spring semester rolls around, it can be a time of stress. There is stress about packing, buying new books, making sure you have great professors and what these next four months will bring. But this is also a time to be excited and ready to take on the new semester with confidence, friends and […]

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