We’re all busy. We have clubs, sports, plays, activities, friends and, of course, school that we have to keep up with. And while we have try to balance all of these things, we have to smile and look like we’re holding it all together seamlessly. Well, sometimes we’re just not. Sometimes, it is just too […]

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On Monday, NASA officially confirmed the existence of water on Mars. This has come as a shocking yet exciting moment for the astronomical and global community, as many thought exploring Mars was a hopeless effort despite years of doing so. All of this research stems from our want to discover life on other planets. We, […]

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Honesty is a concept that our parents preached to all of us as we were growing up. It is a basic human virtue, way of life and necessity in developing positive relationships. One would hope that this virtue extends to larger institutions, more specifically the United States government. But are the organizations and companies we […]

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Oh, the Jewish High Holy Days. A time of the year when Reform Jews head to temple for their first and last times of the year. A time where we eat (or don’t eat) apples and honey and sing our favorite Jewish songs from childhood. A time for good food, good company and good times. […]

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  Here I go, walking to my first class of the day. Oh my god it’s 7:30 in the morning. Why did I sign up for an 8 a.m.? Oh right, it’s because I hate sleeping and being well-rested. I need to stop at Starbucks. But oh my god, it’s so expensive. Whatever, we’ll cross […]

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We are back, ladies and gentlemen. School is officially in session, and it is time to hit those books again. If you lived in Boston before, or even if you haven’t, you know the endless amounts of restaurants and eateries around our lovely campus. So with that, I give you a list of the best […]

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In November, I wrote a post about a father who punished his 10-year-old daughter for going behind his back to see a boy. To punish her, he posted a picture on Facebook of her wearing bows in her hair, a Disney backpack, pink sneakers and a shirt that boldly writes, “I am 10 years old” […]

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Jenna Perlman, Staff Writer @jenna_perlwoman The Graduate Center of the City University of New York has taken the first steps to gender identity acceptance. As of the Spring 2015 semester, the school will no longer use the titles of “Mr.,” “Mrs.” and “Ms.” in correspondence to students and in written informational letters and emails to […]

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Jenna Perlman, Staff Writer @jenna_perlwoman Ah, Netflix. The 21st century’s most beautiful creation. The ability to sit effortlessly on your couch with thousands of TV and movies is at your fingertips. It’s incredible. While Netflix is a great way to explore different cultures, time periods and situations, it’s also a great way to spend a […]

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By Jenna Perlman, Staff Writer @jenna_perlwoman Thanksgiving is a time when stuffing your face is not only accepted, but encouraged. Family comes together, eating is continuous and food babies are definitely real. Along with the amount of food being eaten comes the annual “Post-Thanksgiving/Pre-Christmas diet.” We prepare for our second huge meal at Christmas, get swimsuit ready […]

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