By Cat McCarrey, Staff Writer “Awake: The Life of Yogananda” celebrates just that: the life of Paramahansa Yogananda, a guru and “mystic” who introduced yoga and meditation to America in the early 20th century. Documentarians Paola di Florio and Lisa Leeman track his life and his influence, using Yogananda’s celebrated book “Autobiography of a Yogi” […]

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By Olivia Deng, InBusiness Editor @oliviadeng1  What comes to mind when you think of “hack”? The word may have negative connotations – intrusion, invasion and theft. However, “hack” has also acquired a new meaning, one that is less associated with illicit activity and more associated with exploration and innovation. HackBeanPot. HackMIT. HubHacks. Masshack. Boston, a city with […]

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By Ross Hu, Staff Writer Why do celebrities have to be so crazy? Followers of Rihanna on Twitter will surely remember a rather, ahem, colorful tweet from the singer aimed at CBS on Tuesday, in which she said, “CBS you pulled my song last week, now you wanna slide it back in this Thursday? NO, […]

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By Cat McCarrey, Staff Writer When was the last time you watched live TV? Think about it. I understand if you need a minute or two. Going back that far in time is quite the stretch. Now let me ask one more question: Was this live viewing experience on network, or cable? Odds are, it […]

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By Kimberly Rendon, Spotlight Editor @kimi_rendon_22 One of the beauties of living in a dorm room with a meal plan is never worrying about where your next meal is coming from. The dining halls – no matter how much we might complain about them sometimes – can be lifesavers. You just have to slide that […]

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By Kimberly Rendon, Spotlight Editor @kimi_rendon_22 The first few weeks back at school are rough for everyone. From waking up in time for 8 a.m. classes to trying not to fall asleep in that giant lecture hall, sometimes the whole month of September feels like you’re riding one big struggle bus. Don’t follow my footsteps; […]

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By Bonnie Zeng, Staff Writer Social networks recently exploded when Fall Out Boy unexpectedly announced plans for a new studio album, Save Rock N’ Roll, and released a new single, “My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light Em Up).” “I almost just about dropped dead when they announced it,” said Stacey Su, College […]

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By Marie Goldstein, Staff Writer @Marie_Goldstein I am not an art expert, but artists from Vincent Van Gogh to Jan Vermeer are able to make me fall in love with their timeless paintings. Each painting’s back-story combined with the opinion of the viewer creates compelling conversations and unique perspectives. Having visited the Boston Museum of […]

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By Katie Doyle, Feature Staff Writer iJukebox, a “mobile jukebox” application for iPhones and Androids, has yet to celebrate its first birthday, but is already creating a buzz within the Boston community. The free app allows users to choose the music they wish to hear in restaurants, bars and stores that have the app set […]

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By Joey Martelli, MUSE staff writer Filmmaker Joss Whedon never fails to disappoint. With his latest contribution to an arguably dying genre, The Cabin in the Woods is out to make its mark with a fresh new take on horror. The Cabin in the Woods is an entirely different breed of horror film. Yet, for those who are […]

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