Politics is one of those paradoxical things that necessitates promotion and endorsement but when actually done, results in alienation. Filmmaker and YouTube star Casey Neistat is a daily vlogger who recently created a video titled “who i’m voting for president.” The clip — much shorter and more serious than his usual, action-packed vlog entries — is […]

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For all the bookworms out there, this past Saturday was the annual Boston Book Festival at Copley Square. With author talks, book signings and street food galore, the Boston Public Library was packed with all kinds of book lovers and writers. This free event lasted the whole day and was filled with tons of fun […]

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We all know CoverGirl to some extent, even if it just means knowing its slogan, “easy, breezy, beautiful … CoverGirl.” Perhaps you even recognize the cosmetic brand’s famous faces, such as Drew Barrymore and Ellen DeGeneres. Well, this beauty industry mogul’s latest announcement is one of the biggest, boldest and best: the brand’s new face […]

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Just as we’re finally getting into the rhythm of school, our schedules are totally thrown off by the inevitable dread of midterm season. For many universities, that time is now. While midterm stress takes a toll on its victims individually, it permeates throughout campuses at large. The air of midterm week is one imbued with […]

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  What’s she hiding? pic.twitter.com/6NdpRZsWSa — G M Police (@gmpolice) October 5, 2016 Not gonna lie, the first time I saw this picture I honestly thought it was some sort of joke. This is an actual tweet that the Greater Manchester Police sent out on Oct. 5. The tweet is still up, if you feel […]

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I first began to hear the excited, hockey-related chatter weeks ago. Some were reminiscing about previous seasons and what they hoped would occur during this one. Others simply counted down the days until the puck dropped. The time was soon upon us and as I watched the hype grow exponentially, I wanted a piece of […]

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I’d like to call out the monitors, for lack of a better word, of Instagram. You know, the ones who have the power to shut down accounts deemed “inappropriate?” Either you need to sharpen your game, or you need to get a better public relations team. While I strongly prefer the first option, I suppose […]

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The ability to vote at the age of 18 is an extremely important rite of passage that I completely forgot about until my parents reminded me about it. More specifically, they reminded me that I needed to request an absentee ballot. An estimated 80 percent of Boston University students are out-of-state residents, so I was […]

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Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel on Saturday revealed the company’s move to rename itself Snap Inc. On top of that, Spiegel announced the company was coming out with a pair of glasses called Spectacles that are expected to take the millennial world by storm. Spectacle is Snap’s new invention that not only looks super cool but […]

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By Editors As Spring semester 2013 comes to a close, we bring you our most impactful photos and stories. Thank you for your continuos support with The Daily Free Press. Our print issue will return in Fall 2013, stories and updates will be posted on our website periodically throughout the summer. ‘Snowbrawl’ draws hundreds, BUPD take student […]

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