By Thalia Lauzon By the end of last semester, I was ready to go back home for a bit. I felt like a month off from school was in order — especially after not taking a single test or notes since mid-March, which took a lot of adjustments. I survived a semester of college. Heading […]

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By Andrew Harwood The college experience is often depicted in film with an emotional, adventurous spirit. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, though it can be cliché nowadays to tell a college story through film.  But, college is incredibly different for each person — we all have our own experiences and encounters. Through such versatility, […]

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By Michelle Tian Yup, we’re five days into the semester and I’m already questioning my existence. I knew it would happen, but I expected the anxiety to kick in halfway through the second week. This is just too early. God knows what I’ll be like in May. I’m absolutely convinced that everything is fake and […]

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By Sophia Yakumithis Aries (March 21 to April 19) Your ambitious nature will reach new heights this month, leading you to a 36-hour-long depression nap on the 26th. But honestly, you need the beauty sleep, Aries. February will be a rough couple of years for you. Taurus (April 20 to May 20) With Valentine’s Day […]

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By Katrina Liu One of the few things in life that brings me joy is music. I love almost all kinds of music — well, no one has sold me on metal and screamo — and I love receiving recommendations. More than half of my Spotify library are songs people have told me to listen […]

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By Emma Simonoff Nicole Kidman is one of the most hardworking people in Hollywood. She’s been in at least two movies nearly every year since 1983. To be in so many movies and prestigious television dramas each year while also raising children, living in Nashville and being married to Keith Urban, she must have the […]

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By Khadijah Khogeer Monday was a bittersweet day for seniors — myself included — because it marked the start of our last semester at Boston University. For many of us, this is the end of our journey through the education system. I have been in school for the majority of my life, so a big […]

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by Katherine Wright  Whether you love the cold, and frolic around in your brand-new mittens catching snowflakes on your tongue — or you absolutely despise it, and mutter complaints under your breath as every unwelcome burst of wind slaps your face — I think we can all agree the quick-falling darkness associated with winter is […]

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By Thalia Lauzon My friends like to call me 82 years old because of my atrocious lack of knowledge about pop culture, technology and social media. However, I was welcomed into the 2010s after finally getting Netflix and Hulu over the break. And it’s a complete game changer. I’m now able to follow my family’s […]

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