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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It is April, and when you walk out onto the streets of Boston, instead of finding sun, you could be unexpectedly greeted with snow banks. There were people, myself included, basking in the sun on the BU Beach just last week. The snow began to fall this weekend, and it was snowing nonstop. These obscure weather patterns […]

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The 2016 election cycle has quickly become simple to summarize by using the term “anti-establishment” from both sides of the political spectrum. Regarding the Republicans, many voters have clung to Trump as the savior of America, trusting the longtime businessman to fish the American Dream out of the gutter where they believe it lies. Across the […]

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Inspired to “lead by example,” U.S. President Barack Obama signed an executive order on March 19 that would cut the federal government’s greenhouse gas emissions by 40 percent over the next decade. This is the president’s most recent step in his climate-change agenda. Given the federal government’s already-low emission rates, this attests to the president’s […]

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