By Aasha Amber Bhatnagar Thinking I would be able to go to Marciano Commons’ vegan station every day after returning from spring break, I went vegetarian. That was before we heard from the university about campus closures amid the coronavirus outbreak in Boston. If I could imagine any other scenario as to how this semester […]

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By Alia Al-Chalabi During times like this, we all need some serious comfort. And what better way to get you through self-quarantine than a comforting, home cooked meal shared with loved ones? Shepherd’s pie is the perfect comfort food to hunker down with after you’ve been stuck sitting at home all day, and you’ll be […]

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By Liam Grogan I, like all of you (hopefully), have been spending more time at home recently. I’ve been reading my tuition statements more times than anyone could possibly guess.  It’s just been me, my family, our two dogs and a never ending amount of time that is constantly consuming us. So, we’ve all been […]

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By Katherine Wright  It’s always entertaining to reminisce on past memories, even when thinking back on the more unpleasant times of your life … like high school.  Whether you fell asleep in class, got in trouble for something you didn’t do or “bumped into” a teacher’s car in the school parking lot, I guarantee you […]

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By Shaun Robinson I think the first time I realized how the coronavirus might change my study abroad experience in London this spring was when I went to a Brexit celebration.  It was, in fact, the Brexit celebration, organized and headlined by the Brexit politician, Nigel Farage, on the night of the United Kingdom’s departure […]

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By Andrew Harwood Hello, and good day to everyone at home in the need of entertainment.  It’s been an interesting past few weeks (to say the least), and here at Cinephilia, I want to make sure everyone stays at home. Thankfully, this is where the wonderful medium of film comes in. Film has been entertaining […]

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By Sophia Yakumithis On March 12, the NCAA cancelled its March Madness tournament during a 24-hour period of coronavirus-induced mass hysteria. Also on March 12, my boyfriend coughed on me.  I was doing treatment at the hospital for pre-existing health issues. Hospitals have sketchy air quality as it is, but in the midst of COVID-19, […]

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By Katrina Liu I know everyone has been saying it, but I think it’s important to reiterate: we are living through a time that will be considered a crucial part of future history lessons.  There are new developments in the news every time we wake up and the country is in standstill. Despite all the […]

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By Michelle Lu Tian Remember when we said to ourselves that 2020 was going to be our year? Well, was I right?  We rang in this new year with the Australian bushfires, then thought there was going to be a World War III. Next, a legendary athlete and his daughter passed away. But now? COVID-19, […]

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By Sophia Yakumithis I’m fine. No, I’m not. But I am. But I’m not. I was expecting for us to go remote for the rest of the year since this all started going worse. In fact, I think I was more surprised about President Brown’s original decision to delay the verdict until the beginning of […]

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