By Michelle Lu Tian “Okay, we get it, you love Ariana Grande.” I’m a huge Ariana Grande fan or, as we like to call ourselves, I’m an “Arianator.” You can call me basic all you want, but it’s not going to change the way I feel about her and her music. I’ve always heard stories […]

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By Ananya Panchal On Friday, I celebrated Valentine’s Day with the new love of my life: Justin Bieber’s fifth full-length studio album “Changes.”  I waited five years for this album, so you best believe I stayed up until midnight for the drop. And I thought about how fitting it was that an album, which is […]

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Tie-dye apparel is making a comeback. Are we going to embrace it or turn it away?

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Since we’re just a week or so away from the “socially accepted” Christmas season, here’s a list of my top 10 favorite Christmas songs to help get you into the holiday spirit too:

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The Weeknd has gotten a lot of slack for the slower pace of this album, but the wistful soundtrack only makes me love him more. Here’s why each track on “My Dear Melancholy,” deserves to be loved.

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Ah, we’re nearing the end of the year, which means it’s holiday season! No better time to bundle up by the fire, read a Tim O’Brien novel and sip on some hot tea. Unfortunately for us Boston University students, not even StuVi II has fireplaces. But don’t sweat it — there are still ways to […]

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There are three key features that I absolutely adore about James Corden: his boisterous laugh, his genuine charisma and, most importantly, his charming British accent. For anyone who does not appreciate the delights of late-night television, James Corden is the host of “The Late Late Show,” which airs on CBS. Similar to most nighttime talk […]

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Spotify unveiled its largest outdoor advertising campaign ever on Sunday, with large, hand-painted ads going up in ten cities around the world. In New York, personalized billboards can be seen in different neighborhoods. One ad shows that Justin Bieber was the most popular artist in Williamsburg while The Weeknd was most popular in the East […]

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While Adele’s glorious return dominates the music landscape this fall, there some other major stories. Modern music’s only relevant boy band, One Direction, and pop music’s Veruca Salt, Justin Bieber, will both release their albums Friday — “Made in the A.M.” and “Purpose,” respectively. It’s the biggest chart showdown in recent pop history. Their fan […]

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