Aasha Amber Bhatnagar With the winter chill slowly creeping up on us, we’re entering the holiday season, which means cozy food, sweaters, music and movies. Gift-giving can be magical and heartwarming, but it can also be nerve-racking if you don’t know what to buy or don’t like to shop.  Here’s my 2019 holiday gift guide […]

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By Autumn Moon As women, we have the right to exist and enjoy life without any particular purpose. But Jia Tolentino, a writer for The New Yorker, has argued the rise of technology and social media has completely stripped us of this ability.  To the titans of today’s most remunerative industries, mainly white men, women […]

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A store where children (including this writer) once begged to go to during the holidays will now become another casualty of the recent online shopping culture.

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Snapchat has transformed itself from a silly (and perhaps scandalous) means of sharing disappearing photos and videos to a legitimate form of media consumption, even if the new update is annoying.

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These are two known facts: college students don’t like spending money, and college students like spending time online. If you aren’t already subscribed to these five services, you’re missing out.

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  As a senior in my final semester at Boston University, at the same time that I’m looking forward to the fast-approaching graduation day, I’m simultaneously consumed by the ambiguity of my job placement.   My father often told me about how he would be physically interviewed for jobs back in the ‘80s, with face-to-face […]

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