By Shivani Patel, Staff Writer @shizupates Being punny may not seem like a federal crime, but lawmakers in China say otherwise. On Nov. 24, the Chinese State Administration for Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television banned “the irregular and inaccurate use of the Chinese language, especially the misuse of idioms.” From headlines to advertisements, the […]

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By Stacy Schoonover, Staff Writer @stacyscootover Interested in architecture and want to learn more about it? Here are some ways to get involved with architectural opportunities at Boston University! The Architecture Club BU’s Architecture Club is the first club dedicated to enjoying and learning more about architecture. The club acts as a resource for students interested […]

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By Max Cohen, Staff Writer @not_maxcohen Plastered on every  Twitter feed in the country this week was Amazon’s announcement for creating a sophisticated network of autonomous flying drones which would be able to deliver packages based on GPS locations. Wow. This sci-fi technology sounds intriguing, and I’m sure it was inspired by something ridiculous from a 60’s […]

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