By Katrina Liu It’s midterm season, folks. While I am guilty of getting off track and finding myself binging “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” when I have a paper due the next day, I’ve discovered a couple of hacks along the way to help you get that ‘A.’    Craft a study playlist     Whether it’s instrumental […]

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By Aasha Amber Bhatnagar Fashion is a form of identity, culture and art. Fashion has transformed the lives of many, opened our minds, changed our perspective on beauty standards and gives us a reason to be bold. That’s only a fragment of why fashion is so important in our world.  It’s no wonder that when […]

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By Sophia Yakumithis Every year, as the leaves fall from the trees, I notice the same fall trends—ranging from fashion choices to pumpkin recipes—intensifying more and more. College students use their aggressive seasonal spirit to competitively adopt certain trends and subject everyone around them to how trendy they are in every way, shape and form.  […]

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By Sophia Yakumithis This afternoon, I was sitting in my apartment, choking down an episode of “The Real Housewives of Orange County” and actually enjoying myself for once. A cool breeze emanated from my idyllic bay window. As I sipped on an iced coffee, the beautiful sounds of the Mass. Pike ambiently filled the room. […]

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By Alia Al-Chalabi After arriving back to school, many students have moved into a new apartment with a kitchen, ready to use. If you’re anything like me, you probably forgot about all the necessary appliances and utensils for an efficient kitchen. Whether it’s a knife set, potholders or whatever you’re missing, these recipes are so […]

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By Anju Miura   Figuring out smart time management strategies is a crucial for insanely busy college students. However, it’s not as easy to follow the plan as we think. I assume I’m not the only one who gets panicked in the middle of the night, feeling extreme pressure to submit tons of class assignments, […]

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By: Sarah Readdean   Over the past week, 3,100 incoming first year students have moved into their dorms on campus and joined the rest of the Boston University community. Students come from all over the world and so, for some, a light polluted sky might be a bit of an adjustment. Despite the fewer number […]

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