By Khadijah Khogeer In honor of Black History Month, I will be reviewing one of my favorite films of all-time: Spike Lee’s “Malcolm X.” This 1992 masterpiece is a biopic of civil rights activist Malcolm X, chronicling his early childhood, time in prison, conversion to Islam and life leading up to his assassination. Malcolm X […]

Read More →

By Maya Frankel I have quite a bit of experience when it comes to long-distance friendships. At this point, I feel completely comfortable calling myself a professional. Separation anxiety is real. Believe me, I get it. My roommate and best friend Tali and I have separation anxiety if we are apart for more than 30 […]

Read More →

By Emma Simonoff Dear Zoey Deutch,  I think you’re great. I loved you in “Set It Up” and while I don’t remember your run on “The Suite Life on Deck,” I’m sure you rocked in it. However, as a loyal fan, I would like to make a request: Please stop doing accents. My doubts started […]

Read More →

By Maya Mabern One of my most ambitious undertakings during quarantine has been getting through the television show “Angel,” the sometimes lesser, sometimes painful spinoff of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer.”  As much as I love watching the same scenes of Buffster kicking ass in the same Universal Studios backlot alley, I felt like I was […]

Read More →

By Autumn Moon Almost every day at 6:30 a.m., my dad wakes up to get ready for work and puts on one of two outfits: a suit and tie or medical scrubs. Then, he quickly drinks a cup of coffee and grabs an authorized medical mask, gloves and disinfectant for his car.  My dad either […]

Read More →

By Katherine Wright  During this period of social distancing, I have taken it upon myself to re-read the “Harry Potter” series. My former obsession has been fully rekindled, and I now mention Harry Potter at least seven times daily.  I couldn’t help but wonder how the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry would handle the […]

Read More →

By Leigh Brandt As I scroll through Instagram I am continuously greeted by Instagram Stories of uplifting quotes from friends, family and people I follow, each offering words of inspiration or guidance.  While many times those quotes are powerful on their own, they urge action — more action than just comments or likes.  At a […]

Read More →

By Ryan LaRosa  Boston is home to a wide variety of specialty coffee shops and roasters. In recent years, the scene has grown across the city, with some older shops expanding to multiple locations and new shops popping up quickly. Here at Boston University, Starbucks is a mainstay, with many locations across campus. While convenient, […]

Read More →

By Andrew Harwood Comedy itself is specific, but when it comes to film, it’s a little more vague. Sure, it’s a genre, but it is so much more than that. For the next two weeks, comedy will be the focus for Cinephilia.  For this blog series, I’m splitting comedies into three separate categories: the romantic […]

Read More →

By Aasha Amber Bhatnagar Fashion is a form of identity, culture and art. Fashion has transformed the lives of many, opened our minds, changed our perspective on beauty standards and gives us a reason to be bold. That’s only a fragment of why fashion is so important in our world.  It’s no wonder that when […]

Read More →