By Katherine Wright  In this pandemic era, crowded grocery stores have changed from annoying situations to full-fledged battlegrounds. Dirty looks are flashed across the store when people turn the wrong direction down a one-way aisle or walk within your imaginary six-foot-diameter bubble. If someone sneezes, forget about it. On the other hand, trips to the […]

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By Andrew Harwood As much as I hate to accept it, the time has come for me to wrap up this series for the semester. Born out of a sole interest and passion for cinema, I began “Cinephilia” last September, and oh how it has deepened my infatuation over this past year.  Given that this […]

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By Michelle Lu Tian There are two more weeks until freshman year is over. It’s really weird that I can say that. I still remember being a sophomore in high school and dreaming about going to college. Every time I thought about it, I was just overwhelmed with excitement. They all say it’s the best […]

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By Sophia Yakumithis I haven’t written about hot guys for a while, and since I have freedom of speech, that’s exactly what I want to do today.  However, I’m not going to do that. I don’t think a lady boner is what the people need to read about right now. Instead, I’m going to outline […]

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By Sophia Yakumithis I was the news editor for my previous school’s newspaper, so I met a lot of people and made a lot of friends I probably would never have known in any other circumstance.  There was one writer whose attitude I didn’t particularly like. I thought they were a know-it-all because they always […]

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By Sophia Yakumithis Every year, as the leaves fall from the trees, I notice the same fall trends—ranging from fashion choices to pumpkin recipes—intensifying more and more. College students use their aggressive seasonal spirit to competitively adopt certain trends and subject everyone around them to how trendy they are in every way, shape and form.  […]

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  Fall is the perfect time for artists to release their news songs and albums before the end of the year hits, when all anyone listens to is Christmas music. While many hits at the moment were released in previous months, there are still songs released this month that definitely made an impact on the […]

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The presidential election this year is like Christmas for journalists. All around Boston University, aspiring reporters scour the news for the latest lede on Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton. The influx of information is like unwrapping presents under the tree. But journalists aren’t the only group buzzing on campus about this election. This is the […]

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Fall is beginning to creep up on us. The weather is getting cooler by the minute, and each day is getting shorter than the last. College students all across the country are beginning to transition from procrastinating by going out to procrastinating by staying in. During this transition from September to October, the norm is […]

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