By Sophia Yakumithis About two months ago, I wrote an article concerning my ass and debated whether or not walking compulsively around Boston would make it bigger. I’m sure anyone who reads my blogs was holding out for an update, so I’ve got some news that will help you sleep at night.  I got that […]

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By Katrina Liu If 2020 has taught us anything, it’s that time is fake and totally an illusion. I’m pretty sure my classes are the only reason I semi-know what day it is. Maybe.  The weekends feel like any other weekday. It’s insane to believe the beginning of this different part of our lives started […]

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By Khadijah Khogeer  When it snowed before Halloween last week, I didn’t think Boston’s weather could get any weirder than snow in October.  Until this unusually summer-like November weekend.  Temperatures reached higher than 70 degrees Thursday and managed to stay that way the entire weekend. I, like other Bostonians, spent my days out enjoying the […]

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By Katherine Wright  I never thought I would say it, but I miss sitting next to chatty people on the airplane, getting lectures and unrequested career advice every time I try to start watching a movie. Oh, and how I miss the random talks in the aisles of the grocery store, the awkward elevator chit-chat […]

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By Maya Frankel November is among us, and with that came a huge decision: to start celebrating the holiday season on Nov. 1 or to wait until after Thanksgiving. I chose to begin the holiday celebration on Nov. 1. Because we’ve already seen snow, I think it is only fitting to break out the holiday […]

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By Andrew Harwood In a world where people feed off the buzz and culture that surround films, movie trailers offer exciting pieces of insight into upcoming cinema productions. The compilation of scenes within a film provides audiences a sneak peak at an upcoming feature. Trailers are what largely encourage an audience to see a film. […]

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By Thalia Lauzon I’ve never been good at saying “no” to things.   Sure, if I have a viable reason that I physically can’t do something, then I say no –– but not before going over my entire life in my head for the next week to see what I can possibly move around. I check […]

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By Michelle Tian Alright, guys, get ready for the most Gen Z blog post you’ll ever read in your life.  When TikTok first gained popularity in February, I wanted to be like those “cool kids” and hop on the bandwagon of completely dissing the app. I hadn’t heard a single thing about it that would […]

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By Emma Sánchez It’s no surprise streaming services and social media outlets have been churning out reruns of early 2000s and 2010s TV shows as of late.  “Victorious” became available on Netflix in late 2019 and “Avatar: The Last Airbender,” another Nickelodeon show, was added to the platform this spring.  Both of these shows, along […]

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By Emma Simonoff The early 2000s was the golden age of guest stars in procedural dramas. With a new case every episode, the procedural drama is the perfect format for a steady stream of guest stars.  In the 2000s, shows like “Grey’s Anatomy” and “Law and Order: Special Victims Unit” continuously cast well-known actors as […]

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