By Peter Colaner I know what you’re thinking: Why is Pete writing a music review? Doesn’t he just talk about film and television? Yep, that’s true. I blog exclusively about film and television, but this week, I’m making an exception.  Since I’ve been exposed to such a talented and intriguing band, “The Ghost Club,” I […]

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By Katherine Wright  Picture this: you’re lying in bed at 11 p.m., desperately trying to convince yourself to get up and do some work, but utterly failing. It’s comfortable here. It’s easy here. I’ll listen to music or watch Netflix or order fries on Uber Eats, anything to avoid doing what I’m supposed to be […]

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By Maya Frankel I have quite a bit of experience when it comes to long-distance friendships. At this point, I feel completely comfortable calling myself a professional. Separation anxiety is real. Believe me, I get it. My roommate and best friend Tali and I have separation anxiety if we are apart for more than 30 […]

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By Katherine Wright The Evil Queen’s infamous magic mirror in “Snow White” is a mesmerizing device.  Can you imagine having the ability to receive answers to the most unknowable, biased, selfish questions out there? You could finally know the truth about the life-altering mysteries you previously thought to be unanswerable. It would be like having […]

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By Katrina Liu For anyone who is new to my blog series, welcome. And for those of you who enjoyed or just skimmed my blogs from last year, welcome back. This is a blog series continued from the Spring and it’s basically a weekly installment of blurbs and my past-midnight thoughts. We’ve all been hearing […]

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By Amber Bhatnagar With the start of my official reign as this semester’s Blog Editor, I figured I should write a greetings blog and tell you about my uneventful summer, as if any of you besides my mom actually care.  I’ve been the new editor since May, but I’ve been in a three-month long writing […]

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By Amber Bhatnagar Being inclusive of all races, genders and sexualities is vital on a college campus, especially now that we’re living in the midst of yet another surge in the Black Lives Matter movement. As the topic of racial injustice continues, it is crucial that we prioritize becoming educated in order to effect change, […]

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By Amber Bhatnagar As Boston restaurants and shops begin to reopen, I’ve been thinking about how students, upon their arrival or return to the city, can still see all the beautiful things Boston has to offer while maintaining a safe distance from others.  Being isolated in my tiny apartment in Los Angeles for three months […]

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By Sophia Yakumithis I’m fine. No, I’m not. But I am. But I’m not. I was expecting for us to go remote for the rest of the year since this all started going worse. In fact, I think I was more surprised about President Brown’s original decision to delay the verdict until the beginning of […]

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