By Andrew Harwood Who doesn’t love a good mystery? From detective novels like “Sherlock Holmes,” animated shows for kids like “Scooby-Doo,” to the master of suspense himself, Alfred Hitchcock, mystery is one of the most beloved genres in the world.  In cinema, mystery films revolve around a protagonist and their journey to the solution. Suspense […]

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By Autumn Moon Ever since I was little, I adored playing with makeup. My little sister and I would dress up and paint each other’s faces and rummage through my mom’s makeup stash for inspiration — much to my parent’s dismay. As I got older and began going to stores like Ulta and Sephora, I […]

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By Katherine Wright It’s freezing cold, you’re surrounded by a group of people who swear by the runner’s high, you’re wearing a neon yellow shirt labeled “Turkey Trot 2019” and the only thing that stands in the way between you and an all-you-can-eat feast is a 3.1 mile run.  Simple enough, really.  Except when it’s […]

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By Katrina Liu When I talk to people and ask how their college experience was, it varies. But every single person mentions how difficult their first semester was. I didn’t understand what they meant, until now. As my first semester at Boston University closes out, I have some parting thoughts and tidbits of advice before […]

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By Alia Al-Chalabi Not only is lasagna the perfect thing to warm you up while you cuddle up and watch some Netflix, it will last you almost a full week. For the perfect economical solution to a great meal, enjoy this delicious recipe.    Ingredients: 1 box lasagna noodles  1 jar tomato sauce  1 package […]

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By Leigh Brandt As the weather gets colder and the temperatures drop, our skin is likely to dry out. My specifically curated skincare routine allows me to fight off signs of scaly skin and keep my face hydrated in the harsh winter temperatures. I am constantly trying out different products including masks and oils, however […]

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By Dylan Hubert It isn’t often that I find myself listening to music on the radio. With the popularity of streaming services such as Spotify and Apple Music, listening to the radio has become obsolete for many of us. In the rare instance that I am driving in my car and my phone isn’t connected […]

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By Aasha Amber Bhatnagar Christmas music is playing in stores and holiday events are in full swing across the city. With only about two weeks left in the semester, there’s still plenty to do in Boston to get you in the holiday spirit. Here are four things you can do before you go home for […]

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