Reality television is best known for its competitive nature and interpersonal drama. “The Great British Baking Show,” however, is an exception.

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  As a senior in my final semester at Boston University, at the same time that I’m looking forward to the fast-approaching graduation day, I’m simultaneously consumed by the ambiguity of my job placement.   My father often told me about how he would be physically interviewed for jobs back in the ‘80s, with face-to-face […]

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There are a few reasons why I started to read “I Am Malala: The Girl Who Stood Up for Education and Was Shot by the Taliban”: Malala Yousafzai is 20 years old now, and it’s pretty cool that I’m reading about the story and accomplishments of someone who’s the same age as me. She was […]

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At this point, if I told you an outrageous quote and claimed that Donald Trump had said it, you would probably believe me. You would also roll your eyes and exasperatedly tell me that everyone is tired talking about this. I would agree with you, but what if I said that Donald Trump, according to […]

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Picture this: You just came back from a holiday in a country far away from yours. You had a great time and it was such a refreshing experience, but as an avid citizen of the 21st century, you posted about some of the things you liked and didn’t like on social media. You went about […]

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President Barack Obama made an historic visit to Cuba on Sunday. This visit is very prominent, as he is the first U.S. president to step foot on the island since 1959, the BBC reported. This is a representation of a new era of Cuban-American relations. This visit also signified a major change in U.S. foreign […]

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Last year, I was having lunch with a group of my friends at the dining hall when the conversation shifted from the apolitical discussion of how BU cooks its rice to something a lot more important: abortion rights. I am from Chile, and while I am pro-choice, my country is completely against abortion — inducing […]

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Disclaimer: the following sentence is going to make me sound at least twice as old as I actually am. Since I have warned you, here it goes: I am often amazed by the scopes and power of technology. Why am I surprised on this particular day? Because an English mental health trust is working with […]

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By now, everyone has heard of Krzysztof Charamsa, the ex-senior Vatican priest who was removed from his position after acknowledging his homosexuality and admitting that he was in a gay relationship. Most people have already formed an opinion on this topic, and many of us will have exasperatedly wondered why someone’s sexuality should affect anything […]

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