By Amber Aasha Bhatnagar Black Friday is America’s most cutthroat day of shopping. From sales that make clothes basically free to the Best Buy electronics frenzy, you can buy almost anything you want for a great deal — if you can survive the crowds of people.  Prioritize the stores that have the most items you […]

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By Katherine Wright All of the Santa-shaped chocolates flooding the stores — before Thanksgiving — have led to a premature holiday spirit and I’m all for it. Any excuse for putting up pretty lights and watching endless repetitions of the Grinch.  However, when you think “Grinch,” you generally think of hatefulness, bitterness, isolation and thievery […]

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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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Breakfast ideas that will get you out the door on time and keep you satisfied until your next official meal.

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  Starbucks is one of the most ubiquitous brands at Boston University. They have a huge range of products, tons of locations across campus, and the coffee is solid. The biggest issue with Starbucks is the price. Buying a $4.15 venti caffe latte or even a venti hot coffee at $2.45 every day can add […]

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  BU’s campus is no stranger to high-end designer brands. It seems that it’s more common to be able to afford Chanel bags and Gucci loafers than it is to be caught dead wearing Target brands or Forever 21. I’m here to help students on a budget find the best knockoff, high-end handbags, shoes and […]

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    I grew up on the other side of the world, in Asia. While I was exposed to a lot of American culture at my international school, there are aspects I did not grasp until I actually moved here. Here are five things I found impossible to understand when I first moved to the […]

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