Jenna Perlman, Staff Writer @jenna_perlwoman The Graduate Center of the City University of New York has taken the first steps to gender identity acceptance. As of the Spring 2015 semester, the school will no longer use the titles of “Mr.,” “Mrs.” and “Ms.” in correspondence to students and in written informational letters and emails to […]

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By Kyra Louie, Staff Writer @beammeupkyra I’ve interviewed 11 Boston University students and alumni and asked them, “What would you say to your freshman self?” Some people were funny about it, some people were serious, but all answers were straight up honest. Freshmen, I hope you take these quotes into consideration as you spend the […]

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By Sabrina Katz, Staff Writer @sabrina_katz The worst part about being on a flight is knowing that no matter how many books, Sudoku puzzles and card games you bring, you will always end up being bored. You should be able to sleep, considering you probably went to bed much later than you should have, to […]

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By Amy Gorel, Staff Writer In case you missed it: 1. Whoever wins the Nov. 5  election and replaces Menino will be the first new mayor in 20 years. 2. Mass. Rep. Martin Walsh and City Councilor John Connolly are vying for the position. WALSH Walsh came in first in the September primaries, with 20,838 […]

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By Danielle Cantey @canielle17 We’ve all experienced the anxiety of entering a crowded lunch room alone on the first day of middle or high school. In those awkward grade school years, finding someone to sit with could be a daunting task. Sitting alone generally indicated you were some sort of social pariah. But once college begins, those anxieties […]

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By Alexandra Diantgikis, Staff Writer @adiantgikis Boston University is a sea of unique minds and personalities. You could meet a future brain surgeon, a published poet, a Grammy award-winning artist, a marine biologist or an elementary school teacher all in your first class here. Students come from all walks of life, calling different countries home, […]

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Taylor Burke @TBurke93 With Newbury Street only a few blocks away, Boston University students rarely have to worry about finding fashion-forward clothing. The issue, rather, is how students can afford to look fashion savvy without breaking their bank accounts. In such a cosmopolitan area, it’s no wonder that BUtiques, the Facebook group started by BU […]

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