By Andrew Harwood “Excuse me preacher, you got time for a sinner?” What is good? What is bad? A popular moral question that begs the simplest yet most intricate and cunning answers serves the purpose for this week’s film: Netflix’s “The Devil all the Time.”  Based on the novel of the same name by Donald […]

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By Anh Nguyen It was only my fourth night in quarantine. Around 7 p.m., while reading a news article on her phone, the woman in the bed next to me exclaimed in distress, “Somebody in this quarantine area just tested positive!” We sat in a room enclosed by the borders of Vietnam National University — […]

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By Katrina Liu As an ABC (American-born Chinese), I feel like I get the best of both worlds. I get the wonderful liberties and freedoms of being an American, and also the experience of Chinese culture. With two Chinese immigrant parents, I grew up in a household that is a blend of the two cultures.  […]

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By Andrew Harwood The American west emerged as a beckoning for courageous Americans to drop everything and move to the opposite side of the country. Filled with deserts, great plains, mountains, ridges and more, the American west is a crucial and dominant part of history. In cinema, there exists the “western” film. Western films are […]

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By Sophia Yakumithis Thanksgiving is approaching and I could not be more excited.  With the exception of a few drunk uncles, my family always brings wholesome dialogue to the table — a great time to catch up after spending almost an entire semester away at school. My family is Greek, so our Thanksgiving dinner includes […]

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1. Harley Quinn One of the hottest movies of 2016 is none other than “Suicide Squad.” This movie had many fantastic features, but Margot Robbie’s role as Harley Quinn was definitely one of the highlights. Her lines in the film were delivered charmingly and eloquently, and her action scenes were groundbreaking. So naturally, who wouldn’t […]

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Harry Potter fans have been rejoicing for the past year about “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” coming out on Nov. 18 of this year. The film is based off J.K. Rowling’s novel that follows Newton Scamander as he deals with the American magical community 70 years before Harry Potter did his thing over […]

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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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One day, I came across an article titled “Are my jumpers bobbly?” and was taken aback. My British teacher laughed when I told her that I didn’t fully get what it meant, and then she proceeded to explain that it meant, “are my sweaters pilling?” That slight hesitation is an example of how British English […]

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