A new Rihanna album used to be an annual November event, like Thanksgiving fights with your racist family members. From 2005 to 2012, the Barbadian beauty pumped out seven studio albums, a neck-breaking pace for a pop star. After a long hiatus, her comeback album, “Anti,” has had one of the most frustrating and messy […]

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By Margaret Waterman, Staff Writer @mh_waterman When I stepped off the plane at Heathrow Sunday night on our way home from Amsterdam, I breathed a sigh of relief: “We’re home.” This got me thinking, almost at once: is London really home? At what moment does the line between “tourist” and “resident” blur? Is it when […]

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By Lauren Dezenski, Staff Writer @LaurenDezenski I’ll be home in less than a month. Just as this city has started to really get in under my skin in the best ways, it’s going to be over. It’s made even worse by the realization that I’ve only got one weekend left in London. I suppose it’s […]

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By Kate Ebeling, Staff Writer @kebbietot As the Thanksgiving break quickly approaches, it seems like everyone I talk to has either gone home or experienced some serious homesickness. October, like everyone warned me, was a very long and arduous month, and in my weakest moments, I turned to something that reminded me of home: good […]

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By Erica Schwartz @ericasalviati As much as we all LOVE gawking and drooling over the beautifully-toned men and women that we inevitably encounter while at FitRec, going to the gym to work out and to use their equipment isn’t all that necessary! If you don’t have the money or the time to go to a […]

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By Seline Jung, Staff Writer @selinejung Being back in Seoul, South Korea – my home – after the past year in Boston has been so many things. It has been simultaneously wonderful, comforting, boring, frustrating and more. As I write this, I am honestly still in “wind-down mode” from my crazy semester, the worst of […]

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By Sanah Faroke, Staff Writer @sanahfaroke Despite finals week quickly approaching, I cannot help but constantly think about my winter break back home. As a transfer student, this is my first time away from my family, and yes, I may slightly sound like a baby, but okay, fine―I do sound like a baby, but baby […]

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