Recently, in a late-night moment, I found myself thinking: “If only life was as easy as any amazing, earth-shattering montage scene in literally any film.” Then an idea popped into my head — maybe life could be like that. Maybe there could be a time where we can run on the T, put on a […]

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Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie (collectively known as the supercouple “Brangelina”) shocked the world on Tuesday with the announcement of their imminent divorce. After 12 years and six children, it seemed like they were going to be one of those Hollywood couples that actually make it. But no, as Saint Angeline of Jolie filed for […]

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By Kate Ebeling, Staff Writer @K_ebbie Who said mass-transit was easy? Having grown up in Houston, the concept of mass transportation extends as far as our METRO bus and a sad excuse for a light rail that has maybe five miles to its name. I first heard of the mysterious Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority from a […]

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By Sabrina Katz, Staff Writer @sabrina_katz After spending three months working at BU, I was more than ready to take a break. I was so excited to go back to Texas for a week that I never realized how much I would miss Boston, the place that had grown to be my new home. Sure, […]

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By Katrina Uy, Staff Writer @katreenz If you think you know Boston, think again. Last year, I participated in Boston University’s annual Amazing Race, which is based off of the CBS reality television show of the same name. The event was exactly what it sounds like: one massive scavenger hunt and a race against time […]

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By Lauren Dezenski, Staff Writer @LaurenDezenski Another weekend, another country visited. This weekend’s destination was Barcelona, where I’ve been hoping to travel since I started taking Spanish in seventh grade. Armed with a laundry list of recommendations and fewer than 36 hours, my friend Rima and I set out on our glorious Ryanair flight to […]

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By Shivani Patel, Staff Writer @shizupates Hello, hello! It’s time again for advice from yours truly. On today’s agenda, we have the ever confusing (but necessary) topic of transportation. As a non-Bostonian, I can tell you how difficult it was to accept that a car was not the only means of transportation. At first, I […]

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By Amira Francis, Staff Writer @Mircatfrancis Boston has been clamoring for T changes for quite awhile now and, (hopefully) the Department of Transportation will be making those changes in the near future. Every student’s dream has finally come true: late night T rides back home on the weekends instead of travelling the distance by foot. […]

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By Brandon Lewis, Staff Writer “#mbta you’re seriously cramping my style this morning. TWO B trains have gone by, too full to take on new passengers. #mbtaannoy,” one angry straphanger tweeted while waiting for her morning train to work. “cannot believe mbta green line operators are so pathetic and bored that they need to prohibit […]

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By Jasmine Ferrell, Staff Writer @JasmineInBoston All the world’s a stage. The often over-used quote (which I realize I just used) proves to be more and more true with technology.  The world has turned into an ever-rotating stage with cameras pointed in all directions. “Boston T People,” a Facebook page where people post pictures of […]

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