By DeeDee Hughes, Staff Writer The story begins roughly fifteen years ago when Henri Matisse’s painting, Odalisque in Red Pants, mysteriously disappeared from el Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Caracas Sofia Imber in Venezuela somewhere between 1999-2001. For the past 12 years, the 3 million dollar painting has been floating dangerously through various art collectors’ hands, crossing […]

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By Christine Kelly, Staff Writer @teenykelly Have you ever eaten something so disgusting you wanted to throw up?  Well, now I can honestly say that I have. I used to watch this show called “Man vs. Food” where the host would go across the country and do the most ridiculous eating contests.  Although the host never […]

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By Bekah Paxton, Staff Writer @bekahpaxton No matter how progressive it may seem, the United States still battles with racist tendencies. We often say or think that we are past all of the dark times of civil rights violations, but they remain today in more intrinsic, undermining ways. In 1978, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in […]

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By Katie Aramento, Staff Writer @kaatiekaat14 This past week, new footage from the film adaptation of Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s “Into the Woods” was released, and included clips of songs that we had never heard before. The film’s released date is Christmas of this year. For those who have been following the production of the film […]

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By DeeDee Hughes, Staff Writer The intersection of the celebrities and fine arts never seems to go smoothly, but with James Franco the results are almost always catastrophic. In his most recent attempt to insert himself into the fine art world, James Franco has teamed up with Daniel Arsham to star in the second short […]

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By Christine Kelly, Staff Writer @teenykelly With Halloween coming up this week, I decided to add a little seasonal twist to one of the official BUcket list items. I suppose I could’ve “pahked my cah in the Hahvard Yahd” but I don’t have a car or a thick Boston accent. I don’t even know where […]

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By Elly Hu, Staff Writer @xoellyy It’s been a blustery and rainy couple days here in Boston (RIP umbrellas) and for those of you who have yet to experience New England’s winter weather: don’t get too surprised when the rain starts turning into snow. Now that the weekend is upon us, take a breather and […]

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By Katie Aramento, Staff Writer @kaatiekaat14 At the University of Arkansas, researchers in the Department of Education Reform have been conducting a study in which students in grades 7-12 are observed six weeks after having attended the live productions of either “A Christmas Carol” or “Hamlet.” It was found that the students who attended the […]

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By Bekah Paxton, Staff Writer @bekahpaxton Two pastors in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho are under fire according to a state law which they claim violates their right to religious liberty and freedom of expression — all because they denied to perform traditional marriage rituals for same-sex couples. A new local ordinance in the city is set […]

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By Clinton Nguyen, Multimedia Editor (@voxels) Hi. I’m late, and that’s okay because I only have 19 hours a day on average to function as a human being doing things other than reading on the ’net, and I apologize in advance if any of this is super old news to you. But QUIXFIX is still […]

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