Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie (collectively known as the supercouple “Brangelina”) shocked the world on Tuesday with the announcement of their imminent divorce. After 12 years and six children, it seemed like they were going to be one of those Hollywood couples that actually make it. But no, as Saint Angeline of Jolie filed for […]

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In the spirit of starting the school year, I think it’s appropriate to remind you all how much you spend on textbooks. College Board estimates that students at a private nonprofit four-year university (such as Boston University) spent more than $1,200 on average on books and supplies for the 2014-15 school year. Even though some […]

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“Does anyone even buy CDs anymore?” I was asked a few months ago when a friend had seen me contemplating buying the Michael Bublé holiday album while waiting in line at Starbucks. Well, apparently not. On February 19, Billboard confirmed that Starbucks would stop selling physical CDs in its retail locations. This took effect on March […]

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By Sanah Faroke, Staff [email protected] The first job I applied to was for a temp position at a Barnes and Noble bookstore in my hometown. I was terrified about the interview process and I tend to scare myself by doubting my qualifications, but once I got in there, I was hired on the spot.  I […]

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By Maya Devereaux, Staff Writer @MayaDevereaux Embroiled in the uphill battle against today’s Digital Age, book retailer Barnes & Noble Inc. is set to close up to one-third of its stores over the next 10 years, according the Wall Street Journal. With a few exceptions, most of us live within 15 miles of a Barnes […]

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