By Andrew Harwood “A thing of beauty is a joy forever.” The famous words by John Keats, the ill-famed and tragic romantic poet, bring light to the idea that beauty lasts forever, even if something is beautiful to no one but yourself.  Life is about finding the beauty among the wretched, the good within the […]

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By Thalia Lauzon  For some people, college is the longest period of time they’re away from home before moving out for good. It certainly is for me.  While I haven’t gotten homesick, I’m increasingly missing my kitchen and the ability to cook food. Living in a dorm or suite means you don’t have the ability […]

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By Michelle Tian You probably didn’t notice that I didn’t write last week because I’m not a celebrity and nobody cares about me.  Sorry, that was really depressing, but yeah, I wasn’t able to write last week. That’s because I was busy living through an extremely horrible experience that’s honestly kind of hilarious to me […]

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By Emma Simonoff My brother is seven years younger than I, which means when he was old enough to care about watching TV, I was young enough to keep watching kids shows but old enough to hate every second of it. Ten years later, here are my rankings of the shows he watched. 8. “Little […]

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By Sophia Yakumithis We’re reaching a point in the pandemic that feels less tolerable than anything we’ve experienced thus far. I don’t know if other people feel that way, but I certainly do. While I’ve always had an active imagination — perhaps too active — I’ve never looked to escapism to cope with whatever demons […]

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By Katrina Liu I grew up in a tea-loving family. My parents have at least one cup of tea every day. My dad collects tea leaves from different parts of China and always jokingly scolds me when I put honey in my tea. “True tea doesn’t need anything else in it, Katrina.” Well, sorry, Dad. […]

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By Katherine Wright  If there’s one phrase nearly everyone has said this month, it would be: “It gets dark so early now!”  Ah, yes. Boston in the winter. The shortened number of well-lit hours in the day always seems to take us by surprise. This months-long journey of time confusion and exhaustion comes every year, […]

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By Khadijah Khogeer As the Fall semester comes to an end, it’s hard to believe our classes have been on Zoom for nearly seven months. While the online learning experience has pros and cons for everyone, I’ve personally had the hardest time doing group projects remotely. If you’ve always hated the idea of working in […]

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By Peter Colaner For me, science-fiction films are hit or miss. Sci-Fi films are so cold, raw and distant that I have trouble connecting with the characters and story on an emotional level. But, with this mentality, I really like the Sci-Fi films I like.  And “Minority Report” is no exception. This film is genius.  […]

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