By Maya Frankel This is the tale of a pair of shoes, a pair of Converse to be specific. This is the tale of me and my red Converse. This story begins in high school, my sophomore year to be exact, when I was gifted red high-top Converse for my birthday. I had always been […]

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By Sami Elizondo By 2021, there is no doubt in my mind you have heard about meditation. You probably associate it with “granola girls” or suburban moms on a health kick. I urge you to put these generalizations to rest. Everyone gained something from quarantine, even if it may not seem that way. I went […]

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By Katrina Liu For my fellow Spotify users out there, Discover Weekly can be a hit or miss. Sometimes I vibe with more than half the songs. Sometimes I vibe with literally none of them. Not to mention that one week when Discover Weekly got super confused after I exclusively listened to Broadway show tunes […]

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By Khadijah Khogeer In honor of Black History Month, I will be reviewing one of my favorite films of all-time: Spike Lee’s “Malcolm X.” This 1992 masterpiece is a biopic of civil rights activist Malcolm X, chronicling his early childhood, time in prison, conversion to Islam and life leading up to his assassination. Malcolm X […]

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By Maya Frankel I watched this movie on a cold Boston day. I had some time between my classes to relax, so I figured, why not watch it. I had already watched the first two movies in the series, so I had to watch the third one. But most movie series get progressively worse as […]

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By Grace Knoop  When I woke up Monday morning, I was not happy. All I wanted to do was lay in bed and not move for the entire day. My alarm went off and I immediately snoozed it. Then the next alarm came. Snooze again. Because it was a holiday and we had no school, […]

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By Khadijah Khogeer The pandemic has taken a toll on the restaurant industry this past year, and although it feels like we’re constantly told to support small businesses, it’s always a good reminder that restaurants still need locals’ support to stay open. February also happens to be Black History Month, which is a time to […]

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By Grace Knoop For the past 10 years, I spent my winters by the pool and at the beach in my hometown of Sarasota, Florida. My first day of winter in Boston hit me like a truck. Then I got a HappyLight, and I have been in love ever since. My HappyLight shipped to my […]

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By Max Ferrandino Would you rather live in a world where it is always too hot or always too cold? Not to the point of death, but just uncomfortable enough for you to notice and be affected by it. Personally, I would rather live in a world where it is too hot. You might wonder […]

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By Thalia Lauzon By the end of last semester, I was ready to go back home for a bit. I felt like a month off from school was in order — especially after not taking a single test or notes since mid-March, which took a lot of adjustments. I survived a semester of college. Heading […]

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