By Katherine Wright  Amidst a global pandemic and the need for social distancing, our sense of “normal” has become completely unhinged. Every minute passed at home feels more or less the same, and it’s becoming harder to differentiate between the days of the week. Conversations at my house frequently play out like, “When I baked […]

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By Katherine Wright  During this period of social distancing, I have taken it upon myself to re-read the “Harry Potter” series. My former obsession has been fully rekindled, and I now mention Harry Potter at least seven times daily.  I couldn’t help but wonder how the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry would handle the […]

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By Katherine Wright  In this strange, overwhelming and complicated coronavirus era, we have been granted the gift of free time.  Confined to the great indoors, we may as well take advantage of that time to stay healthy and do whatever we can to make sure others stay healthy, too. However, we should also have some […]

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By Dylan Hubert Let’s be honest here; Daniel Radcliffe is and always will be Harry Potter. That is the kind of trascendental role that, no matter how badly he wants or tries to escape, he simply never will. With that being said, however, there is much more to the man than just his past of […]

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Just a couple weeks ago, the latest film in the Fantastic Beasts series premiered. The sequel, unfortunately, did not receive the same appreciation as its predecessor.

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As an obnoxious Harry Potter fan, I planned on joining BU’s quidditch team since the moment I committed to BU. I had hoped to meet a group of fellow Harry Potter enthusiasts and bond about our common passion. Instead, I was met with a high-energy and fast-paced sport with which I couldn’t keep up. At […]

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Netflix and television are an innate part of every college student’s lifestyle. Friends may bail on plans but Netflix will never let you down. I still remember when the show “Friends” was all the rage during my freshman year. Students had suddenly discovered the sitcom and almost everyone in Warren Towers was talking about it. […]

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Let’s make this a real WIN-ter break, whether it’s watching four entire series from beginning to end in two days, running a marathon, reading 20 books or just sleeping until you feel revitalized – whatever you choose to view as productive. Anything that isn’t stressing out, studying and Googling “well-paying jobs without a college degree” […]

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