By Katrina Liu For my fellow Spotify users out there, Discover Weekly can be a hit or miss. Sometimes I vibe with more than half the songs. Sometimes I vibe with literally none of them. Not to mention that one week when Discover Weekly got super confused after I exclusively listened to Broadway show tunes […]

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By Grace Knoop On Monday morning, I woke up at 6:45 a.m. and had an energy drink. After dragging myself out the door, I went to practice — I’m on the Boston University figure skating team. Then, I nourished myself with an almond milk latte as a recovery drink. While that’s a lot of caffeine, […]

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By Julia Furmanek  As the semester picks up and snow continues to smatter the Northeast, the final weeks of February seem to drone on with every slushy trek down Commonwealth Avenue. Yes, the days are getting longer, evenings brighter. But winter is still upon us, and according to Punxsutawney Phil, we can’t expect spring for […]

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By Emma Simonoff If you miss “Lizzie McGuire,” watch “Ally McBeal” If Lizzie McGuire went to Harvard Law School, she would become Ally McBeal. Like Lizzie, J.D. from “Scrubs” and Addie from “Unfabulous” combined, Ally has a lively and visual imagination. She pictures heads blowing up, people being thrown into dump trucks and babies dancing […]

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By Sami Elizondo Whether you like studying in the complete silence of your dorm, or the bustling George Sherman Union with plates of Panda Express floating around you, one thing that could improve the quality of your grind is music. However, not just any tunes — lo-fi music in particular. I started listening to lo-fi […]

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By Khadijah Khogeer In honor of Black History Month, I will be reviewing one of my favorite films of all-time: Spike Lee’s “Malcolm X.” This 1992 masterpiece is a biopic of civil rights activist Malcolm X, chronicling his early childhood, time in prison, conversion to Islam and life leading up to his assassination. Malcolm X […]

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By Katherine Wright  There’s nothing more relaxing than a weekend wake-up call at 6 a.m. to the sound of blaring fire alarms. We’ve had an issue in our apartment where the alarms erupt spontaneously, without any sort of trigger. The alarms must think it’s funny, laughing at one another from each room, a conversation between […]

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By Veronica Thompson As a lover of classic movies, I have seen my fair share of films featuring Sidney Poitier, a Bahamian-American former actor, director, producer and ambassador who, in 1964, became the first Black actor to win an Academy Award for Best Actor. I have not viewed a large number of films featuring Poitier, […]

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By Grace Donahue Amazon Prime’s “The Map of Tiny Perfect Things” totally flips the idea of a romantic comedy on its head. It’s something new and offers an interesting perspective on life, love and what defines being perfect. The movie opens up on warm-tinted suburbia, serving as the perfect backdrop to highlight how draining the […]

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By Maya Frankel I watched this movie on a cold Boston day. I had some time between my classes to relax, so I figured, why not watch it. I had already watched the first two movies in the series, so I had to watch the third one. But most movie series get progressively worse as […]

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