By Sophia Yakumithis In an age of perpetually heightened stress, where we don’t work from home but rather are “living at work,” a week-long break feels more needed than ever. Unless you are somehow avoiding reality — in which case I strongly envy you — you know most colleges and universities opted to cancel their spring breaks […]

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By Sophia Yakumithis Aries (March 21 to April 19) Congrats! You will receive your first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine this month, along with genital herpes. The two are unrelated, though. Taurus (April 20 to May 20) The most amazing things seem to happen when you least expect it, so don’t be surprised when you […]

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By Emma Simonoff The Hamptons are a symbol of elegance — of old money getting away from the dirty muck of summer in Manhattan. When I picture the Hamptons, I imagine manicured families wearing all white to polite barbecues and getting up early to play tennis at the beach house before going to the club […]

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By Katherine Wright  When I worked at a children’s birthday party venue and event planning company, I attended many celebrations. Mostly birthdays, filled with excited kids, large balloons and over-the-top cakes I perpetually craved a slice of. It’s quite a strange experience to spend back-to-back hours rushing from one party to the next, singing “Happy […]

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By Thalia Lauzon Imagine this: You get an assignment from one of your classes and need to write it down for later. You probably would type it in your notes or on some homework app, or simply write it down in your notebook. Instead of that simplicity, head on over to my brain: She not […]

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By Sophia Yakumithis Hey guys, and welcome back to my channel. Make sure to smash that subscribe button down below and give this a thumbs up. I’ve received some comments that my blogs aren’t really applicable or relevant to the general public. It’s a shame some of you feel that way, but hey, I give […]

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By Katherine Wright It’s February now, which means a lot of things. For one, 2021 is already well under way. Valentine’s Day is coming up, and the weather is freezing but also promises warm weather and a return of spring. And daylight will — hopefully — stay with us a little while longer. It also […]

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By Maya Frankel I assume at this point everyone has, at the very least, heard of the show taking over every social media platform: “Bridgerton.” For anyone with a fantasy of running through gardens in a beautiful, regal dress and attending balls on the weekend to meet the potential love of your life, this is […]

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By Khadijah Khogeer Monday was a bittersweet day for seniors — myself included — because it marked the start of our last semester at Boston University. For many of us, this is the end of our journey through the education system. I have been in school for the majority of my life, so a big […]

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Michelle Tian Dear Spring 2021,  Please be nice to me. I haven’t used my brain in a month, I’m taking five courses instead of the usual four and I’ll be taking an existentialism class, so I’ll definitely be questioning my existence and the meaning of life every single week. So please, be nice to me. […]

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