By Thalia Lauzon  The COVID-19 Playlist Everything goes better with music –– even a pandemic. These aptly named songs will have a whole new meaning to you in the context of quarantine and isolation. “Make Me Wanna Die” by The Pretty Reckless “I’m a Mess” by Bebe Rexha “Locked Away” by R. City (feat. Adam […]

Read More →

By Andrew Harwood Film exists as a rather expansive medium, considering the plethora of genres that persist in this day and age. From comedies to avant garde, French New Wave to German Expressionism, or even something as simple as family animation, film is perfectly versatile. A personal favorite genre of mine, which is quite a […]

Read More →

By Emma Sánchez Like many people over the summer, I quickly regressed back into my younger self. I played video games, binged Disney Channel originals — “Descendants,” anyone? — and I especially enjoyed my mom’s home-cooked meals.  So when I moved into an off-campus apartment this Fall, the first thing I missed was her cooking. […]

Read More →

By Sophia Yakumithis We’re on, what, day 84,923,085 of quarantine? Jesus Christ, am I losing it, let me tell you. Every week I feel a little more psychotic and it’s really starting to show. And, if you talk to my therapist, she’d tell you that repetition can easily deteriorate someone like me. Oh, and I […]

Read More →

By Emma Simonoff At the risk of being kicked out of college, I want to confess that I’m really dumb. I can only name, like, four of the presidents. I have a thesaurus tab open at all times and I’ve never been sure how to use a dash. And it’s not just school stuff. A […]

Read More →

By Katrina Liu In a world as cruel and harsh as the one we live in, it’s natural our generation is trained to keep our secrets close to our hearts. Why risk the chance of getting hurt, right? Especially if we’ve been hurt before.  That’s the thing. Most of us have been hurt by one […]

Read More →

By Katherine Wright  Picture this: you’re lying in bed at 11 p.m., desperately trying to convince yourself to get up and do some work, but utterly failing. It’s comfortable here. It’s easy here. I’ll listen to music or watch Netflix or order fries on Uber Eats, anything to avoid doing what I’m supposed to be […]

Read More →

By Khadijah Khogeer When I finally got my driver’s license my sophomore year of college after years of putting it off, I was really excited to be able to start driving around the city. What I’ve since realized, however, is that passing the driver’s test does not prepare you for Boston’s notorious driving experience.  Here […]

Read More →

By Maya Frankel Isn’t it everyone’s dream to be a regular at a cafe? It’s certainly my dream. My mind immediately goes to the “Friends” cast gathered on the couch at Central Perk, drinking coffee and tea while laughing. Don’t you want that? I view coffee shops as a safe place away from the madness […]

Read More →

By Maya Mabern It’s “spooky season,” as some would call it, and as per the time of year, I’ve been thinking about the spookiest, scariest, campiest horror movies I can watch. Unfortunately, some of my favorites like “Scream,” “Carrie” and the “Scary Movie” franchise don’t seem to be streaming anywhere for free. This prompted me […]

Read More →