By Sophia Yakumithis I was the news editor for my previous school’s newspaper, so I met a lot of people and made a lot of friends I probably would never have known in any other circumstance.  There was one writer whose attitude I didn’t particularly like. I thought they were a know-it-all because they always […]

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By Katrina Liu It’s safe to say that a place like Boston is not for the weak-minded, especially as a student at Boston University. With a rich historical background and many successful companies in the area, it’s a city of modern evolution and progressive thinking.  Boston seems like a city that rarely sleeps, and as […]

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By Alia Al-Chalabi There is no better place to find inspiration than in the grocery store.  As I walked around the prepared food aisle browsing all the options it had to offer, I came across a parmesan tomato soup. I looked at the pound of skirt steak I had picked up in my cart and […]

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By Aasha Amber Bhatnagar Sorority recruitment is something I’ve looked forward to since high school. The lifelong friendships and philanthropy are what I’ve always imagined that being in a sorority would represent. The two-weekend-long process this year meant a lot of waiting. Turns out, though, recruitment went by in a flash — though the process […]

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By Sophia Yakumithis I bake a lot of banana bread. If Warren Towers has a banana shortage, it’s probably because I have a team of freshmen who smuggle the overly ripe, easy-to-stock fruits on a weekly basis for me. By now, I’ve probably made thousands of loaves for different patrons. It’s an addiction. The key […]

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By Ananya Panchal On Friday, I celebrated Valentine’s Day with the new love of my life: Justin Bieber’s fifth full-length studio album “Changes.”  I waited five years for this album, so you best believe I stayed up until midnight for the drop. And I thought about how fitting it was that an album, which is […]

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By Katherine Wright  Traveling can be strange, stressful and personal.  Some people like to take their time, move at their own pace and would much rather take trips in complete solitude. Others prefer to be surrounded by friends and family, welcoming distractions and the added entertainment of conversation — or, at the very minimum, someone […]

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By Andrew Harwood Since its very conception, cinema has been a universal medium. And contrary to popular belief, cinema has a major presence in other countries aside from the United States. Shocking, I know, right? As a result of the abundance of international films, there are hundreds of features that unfortunately go unseen by the […]

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By Sophia Yakumithis Well, this will be embarrassing to read after we break up, but here goes nothing. I’m dating a sad boi. I kind of hate that that’s the stereotype he fits, but he says it himself, so who am I to judge.  If you are a Boomer and reading this, allow me to […]

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