Do you ever feel like you haven’t actually explored the city you’re living in? I know that since I’ve been at BU, my time spent traversing Boston itself has been minimal. One of my New Year’s resolutions this year was to change this. In particular, I decided I wanted to start exploring museums. From […]

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  Being from New York City, I’ve never had a shortage of things to do or places to go.  There are countless museums, ranging from high-profile ones like the Met or the Museum of Natural History to more obscure, niche sites. One example of the latter is the Museum of Sex.         Sex is a […]

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  For a lot of people, there’s nothing scarier than death. At Trinity College Dublin, this fear is embodied at the Science Gallery. A beautiful and intriguing museum, it is currently displaying an exhibition about survival and the end of the world. Titled “In Case of Emergency,” it looks into humanity’s end. Exhibits range from […]

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Richard Nixon is one of the most infamous names in U.S. history. Since the inception of the country, few scandals have ever reached the heights of Watergate. Though never impeached, he only avoided this fate by resigning. This year, Donald Trump seems to be on his way to reaching Nixon’s level of notoriety. Plagued with […]

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  There are few more American traditions than watching football on Thanksgiving. It’s something out of a 1920’s cartoon — the women happily mosey about the kitchen, making turkey and stuffing, while the men sit around and watch 22 massive beings slam their heads against each other. But the United States is finally beginning to […]

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While Americans struggle to cope with sexual assault claims on renowned politicians such as U.S. Sen. Al Franken, a major shake-up has occurred in Southern African politics.  Zimbabwe is a quasi-democratic country – despite the systems supposedly in place, the current prime minister has been in charge without interruption since 1980. Ninety-three-year-old Robert Mugabe’s reign […]

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