By Hannah Landers, Staff Writer Violence. Drugs. Family values. No, this is not a game of “one of these things is not like the other.” This is Breaking Bad. For about five years now, Breaking Bad has given us some of the most earth-shattering moments in television history, and come Sunday, it will all come […]

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By Brooke Jackson-Glidden, Staff Writer @bufoodist When Lady Gaga decided to tour South Africa in 2012, she landed on an opening act she thought would be appropriate for the area: Die Antwoord. Die Antwoord was a somewhat-successful local rap group with a “similar” bizarre image. Die Antwoord disagreed. In response to her offer, they released […]

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By Brooke Jackson-Glidden, Staff Writer @bufoodist We all love tasty treats, but as broke college students, a) we’re poor and/or can’t afford to go out to eat and b) we have no kitchen in our dorm room. Whoever allowed this contradiction to happen is some sort of sadist, but never fear! It’s time for… No […]

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By Brooke Jackson-Glidden, Staff Writer @bufoodist Welcome to BU, freshman and transfers. Orientation is behind you and you’re almost through your first week of classes; now that you’re (almost) in the swing of things, it’s time to address an age-old issue for college students around the world – avoiding the bubble. Part of going to […]

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By Brooke Jackson-Glidden, MUSE Editor There’s a tiny foodie mecca hidden across the bay, a five- to ten-minute walk from South Station. Perhaps you’ve seen it on a visit to the ICA or the Atlantic Wharf. It’s a bizarre contrast between modern Los Angeles glass and classic Boston brick architecture: the waterside docks perfect for a quick […]

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By Sydney Moyer, Staff Writer Last Wednesday, when my friend told a friend of hers that we were going to see Cloud Cult at Brighton Music Hall, he responded, “One of the best REAL POSITIVE live shows u can see!” After seeing the Minneapolis-based experimental indie act, I can think of no description more fitting. […]

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Brooke Jackson-Glidden, Food Editor The James Beard Award countdown has begun. Last month, the James Beard Foundation released the nominees for ‘the Oscars of the culinary world,’ and three of the five nominees for ‘Best Chef: Northeast’ reside and cook within the Boston area: Jamie Bissonnette of Coppa and Toro, Joanne Chang of Flour and […]

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By Sydney Moyer, Staff Writer Hem has always remained up there on my list of top bands to fall asleep to, and with the newly released Departure and Farewell, their sixth studio album, they reaffirm their position. Full of softly whispered lyrical content about loss and heartbreak, the album quietly winds its way through its […]

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By Sydney Moyer, Staff Writer I walked into Agganis Arena on Tuesday to watch Icelandic post-rock group Sigur Rós, my favorite band to fall asleep to, not knowing what to expect. I had heard many positive reviews of their live act, but wondered how their effervescent, largely foreign sound would work in an arena show. […]

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