The 60th annual Grammy Awards were, as usual, a night dedicated to the music industry’s biggest stars. Such a star-studded night, of course, comes with a slew of awkward, funny and moving moments between musicians. Here are eight of Boston University’s schools as the Grammy’s biggest moments:   Lil Uzi Vert and his Pop-Tarts […]

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  As the Oscars approach, film fanatics are casting bets as to which films will take home the gold. This year has been one of the most amazing years for film, with stories like “Call Me By Your Name,” “Get Out,” “Dunkirk” and my personal favorite, “Lady Bird” dominating theaters. “Lady Bird” has five nominations: […]

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  The best part about Boston is the food. There’s endless options and places to choose from in whatever cuisine you desire, but the best meal of the day — and the most important — is breakfast. I’m here to be your guide to getting the best breakfast in Boston. This series is all about […]

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  Being from New York City, I’ve never had a shortage of things to do or places to go.  There are countless museums, ranging from high-profile ones like the Met or the Museum of Natural History to more obscure, niche sites. One example of the latter is the Museum of Sex.         Sex is a […]

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   As a writer, I have a complicated relationship with grammar. Technically, I know proper grammar and how to write sentences, but on the flip side, I didn’t know how to use commas correctly until sophomore year of high school. I think I was probably confronted with grammar in elementary school, and decided that I would […]

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  Growing up as a female minority was difficult in and of itself, but what made it even harder was the representations I received in beloved television shows and movies. While my classmates saw the people who looked like them in the media as being able to solve mysteries, travel the world and be applauded […]

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  Whether you’ve spent all night studying, or didn’t even get out of bed until 3 p.m., there will come a time when you find yourself hungry after midnight. Boston gets a bad rap for closing early and being quiet compared to other big cities in the U.S. But despite this reputation, there are actually […]

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  Have you ever had to walk from West to East campus? With the walk time averaging between 20-30 minutes (it can be a quick walk if you are late, trust me), it can get pretty boring without some music playing. Below is a playlist consisting of songs that I listen to on the daily […]

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  The Lunar New Year is arriving in less than a month. It’s a tradition that the Chinese have followed for generation after generation. There are many traditional customs that Chinese people have to follow while celebrating the Lunar New Year. Along with these traditional customs come some really great benefits. Here are three of […]

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  Back in December, my roommate messaged me a forgettable meme about eating Tide pods. At the time, considering that I was all too consumed by finals, I thought the meme was a one-off joke about how stress eating was no longer limited to junk food. Fast-forward to last week: I’m thoroughly perplexed by the […]

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