By Katherine Wright The short answer: no.  The long answer:  Tag Unfortunately, tag is simply a poorly-disguised form of running in circles with too little competition to make you care about this game for longer than two minutes, at which point you realize that there is no real objective, no real reward and very little […]

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By Sophia Yakumithis Everything’s better when dinosaurs are involved.  When I was a little kid (and now, honestly), my weakness in life was Quaker Oats’ Instant Oatmeal: Dinosaur Eggs. Dino Oats, for the more sophisticated. While my school friends came home from school to find some basic pretzel rods or Goldfish crackers thrown on a […]

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By Ryan LaRosa Boston is home to a wide variety of specialty coffee shops and roasters. In recent years, the scene has grown across the city, with some older shops expanding to multiple locations and new shops popping up quickly. Here at Boston University, Starbucks is a mainstay, with many locations across campus. While convenient, […]

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By Victoria Lara With Sept. 15 signaling the start of National Hispanic Heritage Month, it may be difficult to find a good starting point to immerse yourself in Latinx culture. However, these next five films might be a great place to start for those looking to expand their film scope this month.   “Cesar Chavez”  […]

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By Dylan Hubert When people think of the “cool guys” in the movies, often times they’re the big-time stars that get the nod as people’s favorite. These are usually guys like Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio, or a Hemsworth brother. Sure, these guys are objectively cool, but I believe that there is one guy that flies […]

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By Sophia Yakumithis “What did you eat today?” A question anyone with Greek heritage is well-versed in.  Everytime I call my yia yia — Greek for “grandmother”— on the phone, that’s the first thing she asks. Not, “How was your day?” or “What did you do today?” She gets straight to the point: “What did […]

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