By Khadijah Khogeer When I finally got my driver’s license my sophomore year of college after years of putting it off, I was really excited to be able to start driving around the city. What I’ve since realized, however, is that passing the driver’s test does not prepare you for Boston’s notorious driving experience.  Here […]

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By Maya Mabern It’s “spooky season,” as some would call it, and as per the time of year, I’ve been thinking about the spookiest, scariest, campiest horror movies I can watch. Unfortunately, some of my favorites like “Scream,” “Carrie” and the “Scary Movie” franchise don’t seem to be streaming anywhere for free. This prompted me […]

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By Emma Sánchez Are you tired of watching reruns of “The Office” for the millionth time? Have you already exhausted reliving your childhood by watching old Disney Channel shows on Disney+?  If you’re like me and are sad that all your favorite shows — like “Big Mouth” — have halted production because of the pandemic, […]

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By Hannah Shearer I’ll be the first to admit that I got way too into reality television while quarantining. I know myself and I’ve reflected on this fact and I’ve accepted it for what it is. Even after all the months of losing brain cells watching people drink and fight, I don’t even know if […]

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By Maya Mabern A lot of people seem to be against cover songs, and unfortunately, I used to be one of them.  Regardless of who covered who or what, I was always convinced that the original version of a song was the only one that mattered. I’d like to think that the widespread disdain for […]

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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 Andrew Harwood “Crime drama” can be defined as a film the incorporates themes and aspects of drama and crime. Despite the simple definition, “crime drama” is far from just a drama film revolving around criminal activities. Specifically, crime dramas include thrills, suspense and sometimes some dark comedy. In the more modern era, crime dramas […]

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By Aasha Amber Bhatnagar As a student on a budget, buying trendy clothes can be a challenge. Fashionable new clothing can be expensive and most trends don’t last very long, turning your expensive clothing into last season’s leftovers. Though every once in a while it’s nice to treat yourself, sometimes spending less to get more […]

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By Olivia Ritter Yes, it was made to be a dumb movie. No, I don’t care. Every movie deserves to be reviewed. Why else would you make a movie? I loved it. Basically, Zach Galifianakis, notorious, slightly overweight, funny guy from such hit films like “The Hangover,” “The Hangover 2” and “The Hangover 3,” takes […]

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By Aasha Bhatnagar Though it’s pumpkin spice latte season and wearing a Boston University crewneck is all the rage on campus, the weather in Boston lately has been fluctuating more than my preference for iced or hot lattes. If you’re like me, also from a city like Los Angeles where fall is non-existent, you’re eagerly […]

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