By Katrina Liu Boston University had announced March 11 that students would attend classes remotely until at least April 13 — a deadline that would later be extended to the end of the semester. I remember looking at the email, shrugging, then going back to whatever I was doing, not knowing at that moment how […]

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By Michelle Lu Tian “Okay, we get it, you love Ariana Grande.” I’m a huge Ariana Grande fan or, as we like to call ourselves, I’m an “Arianator.” You can call me basic all you want, but it’s not going to change the way I feel about her and her music. I’ve always heard stories […]

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By Katrina Liu I know everyone has been saying it, but I think it’s important to reiterate: we are living through a time that will be considered a crucial part of future history lessons.  There are new developments in the news every time we wake up and the country is in standstill. Despite all the […]

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By Sophia Yakumithis I’m fine. No, I’m not. But I am. But I’m not. I was expecting for us to go remote for the rest of the year since this all started going worse. In fact, I think I was more surprised about President Brown’s original decision to delay the verdict until the beginning of […]

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By Sophia Yakumithis Playing hooky used to be so much fun.  When I was in elementary school, I was a huge proponent of pretending to be sick to avoid serious responsibilities. You know, like math tests.  My mom claims that she saw through it, but there’s no way she knew I was faking given the […]

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By Sophia Yakumithis My not-so guilty pleasure is“The Real Housewives” franchise. When I was in elementary school, my mom had cancer. Today, we joke that the worst aspect of her illness was that while she was bedridden, she became severely addicted to reality TV franchise “The Real Housewives.” While the frequent “beep” of cable censorship […]

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