By Alia Al-Chalabi When I’m at school, I love preparing for food that reminds me of home. One of my favorite things to make is a schnitzel recipe that my mom used to make for me as an after school treat.  Schnitzel sounds fancy, but it’s super easy to make… and it’s delicious. For this […]

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By Andrew Harwood Who doesn’t love a good mystery? From detective novels like “Sherlock Holmes,” animated shows for kids like “Scooby-Doo,” to the master of suspense himself, Alfred Hitchcock, mystery is one of the most beloved genres in the world.  In cinema, mystery films revolve around a protagonist and their journey to the solution. Suspense […]

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As an international student I get asked a lot what the biggest difference is between my home country, Switzerland, and the United States. Although I have noticed many things are different than what I am accustomed to, I am always amazed at the sight of the sizable bright red apples in the Boston University dining […]

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Social media has become a fundamental part of our daily routine. It is hard to imagine life without it. The reality is, however, that life did sustain itself prior to the existence of popular websites such as Facebook. As my dad might argue, life was a lot less complicated without social media. Facebook’s run in […]

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