By Maya Frankel I watched this movie on a cold Boston day. I had some time between my classes to relax, so I figured, why not watch it. I had already watched the first two movies in the series, so I had to watch the third one. But most movie series get progressively worse as […]

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By Michelle Tian My classes are stressing me out, homework is making me anxious and deadlines are giving me headaches. We’ve only just made it through two full weeks of classes, but everything is already piling up, and I’m left staring at all these assignments on my to-do list. However, one thing that I’ve picked […]

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By Khadijah Khogeer This winter break provided me some much-needed time to unwind. Instead of choosing to be productive, I spent most of my time binging show after show on Netflix. And the shows I watched were definitely a mixed bag. Some left me wanting another season, while others were easy to forget. Here is […]

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By Maya Frankel I assume at this point everyone has, at the very least, heard of the show taking over every social media platform: “Bridgerton.” For anyone with a fantasy of running through gardens in a beautiful, regal dress and attending balls on the weekend to meet the potential love of your life, this is […]

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By Thalia Lauzon By the end of last semester, I was ready to go back home for a bit. I felt like a month off from school was in order — especially after not taking a single test or notes since mid-March, which took a lot of adjustments. I survived a semester of college. Heading […]

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By Sophia Yakumithis Aries (March 21 to April 19) Your ambitious nature will reach new heights this month, leading you to a 36-hour-long depression nap on the 26th. But honestly, you need the beauty sleep, Aries. February will be a rough couple of years for you. Taurus (April 20 to May 20) With Valentine’s Day […]

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By Thalia Lauzon My friends like to call me 82 years old because of my atrocious lack of knowledge about pop culture, technology and social media. However, I was welcomed into the 2010s after finally getting Netflix and Hulu over the break. And it’s a complete game changer. I’m now able to follow my family’s […]

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By Emma Simonoff It’s commonly accepted that most romantic comedies don’t take place in our world. They break too many rules. They’re a kind of magical realism, which is most easily explained if you can look at romantic comedies as fantasy movies, or even as science fiction. Impossibilities can be coincidences — anyone in love […]

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By Katherine Wright  It’s certainly no secret that life is different nowadays. From restaurants to concerts to mask-free grocery store outings, I feel like I can barely remember what I used to do on a regular basis in a pre-COVID world. 2020 has truly been a blur of a year, seeming to go simultaneously fast […]

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By Maya Mabern It’s getting a bit colder and my favorite holiday of the year is approaching: Thanksgiving.  Much like my love for my second-favorite holiday, the Fourth of July, my reasoning has absolutely nothing to do with the origins of the celebration — I’m never actually in the mood to be patriotic — and […]

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