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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By Maya Mabern Last week, I went down the rabbit hole of recommended videos on YouTube and spent about two hours feeling nostalgic for an era I never experienced: the heyday of “Soul Train.” The show, which ran from 1971 to 2006, brought Black culture to mainstream America and changed the landscape of music and […]

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By Thalia Lauzon I’ve gotten into several debates on the “greatness” of Disney movies. My most recent one last week was, as usual, a heated discussion in which my friend preached the amazingness of the movies while I tore into them like a hungry lion with meat.   Sure, they’re entertaining in the mindlessly stupid kind […]

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By Andrew Harwood When it comes to film, something that can be universally agreed upon is the impression a well-made picture leaves behind. Maybe it’s the combination of impeccable acting, clever cinematography, a great script and even greater editing that further pulls you into the feature, but a well-made film stands as the ultimate achievement […]

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By Emma Simonoff I love romantic comedies with a passion, and one of the many things I love about them is their tropes. There are so many to choose from. Some of my favorites are “fake dating,” “secret identity” and, of course, “workaholic.” Under the workaholic category of rom-coms, a young, beautiful woman is obsessed […]

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By Emma Sánchez All the chaos that came with the pandemic this year influenced me to move to an off-campus apartment in Brighton with my friend.  When I heard the apartment was old, I was thinking of one of those chic, vintage flats you see on teen dramas. However, when I first moved in, things […]

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