By Sophia Yakumithis As a college student, winter break is generally highly anticipated. The chunk of time between Thanksgiving and finals — for me, at least — is brutal, and the relief of not having to do school work for more than three weeks is euphoric. Unfortunately, my “break” was thwarted by a visit to […]

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By Katherine Wright It’s freezing cold, you’re surrounded by a group of people who swear by the runner’s high, you’re wearing a neon yellow shirt labeled “Turkey Trot 2019” and the only thing that stands in the way between you and an all-you-can-eat feast is a 3.1 mile run.  Simple enough, really.  Except when it’s […]

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By Sophia Yakumithis Thanksgiving is approaching and I could not be more excited.  With the exception of a few drunk uncles, my family always brings wholesome dialogue to the table — a great time to catch up after spending almost an entire semester away at school. My family is Greek, so our Thanksgiving dinner includes […]

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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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Aziz Ansari and Nicholas Stoller, since straying from their goofy, stoner-comedy reputations, have given audiences some pretty amazing stuff. But which show takes the cake?

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As an international student, I have found myself getting more and more acclimated to living nearly 10,000 miles away from my family over the course of my undergraduate studies. That is not to say that I don’t miss them — it’s just that I have found my home away from home in Boston. Even so, […]

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