By Andrew Harwood Since its very conception, cinema has been a universal medium. And contrary to popular belief, cinema has a major presence in other countries aside from the United States. Shocking, I know, right? As a result of the abundance of international films, there are hundreds of features that unfortunately go unseen by the […]

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By Ryan LaRosa  With so many coffee shops and cafés around the Boston University campus, it can be hard to choose where to get your next caffeine fix. The area is full of great spots to sit down and study for a few hours or to pick up some delicious baked goods.  Tous Les Jours […]

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Tie-dye apparel is making a comeback. Are we going to embrace it or turn it away?

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  There are few more American traditions than watching football on Thanksgiving. It’s something out of a 1920’s cartoon — the women happily mosey about the kitchen, making turkey and stuffing, while the men sit around and watch 22 massive beings slam their heads against each other. But the United States is finally beginning to […]

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As temperatures drop and motivation wanes, it can be tempting to spend hours procrastinating by streaming mindless TV shows. Now, what if I told you there was a loophole to this conundrum in which you can still take some much needed relaxation time while technically being productive? That’s where this list comes in. Documentaries are […]

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Patty Jenkins made history this summer when she became the first woman to direct a superhero movie. But women have been making a splash in the independent film world for quite some time. Here are six films directed by women that are perfect to watch on a chilly fall day — all you need is […]

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With all the controversy surrounding the 2016 presidential election in the United States, many of us assume that our elections were a singularity. However, in looking at the many other elections going on around the world, we can see a trend of corruption. Though Robert Mueller’s special investigation may seem like a big deal to […]

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