By Thalia Lauzon Crime fighting procedurals will always have a special place in my life. It’s almost creepy how many of them I’ve watched. Each episode is contained within itself and focuses on a new crime and solution, which means you can hop to any episode and watch without having to catch up on anything.  […]

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By Ryan LaRosa  Boston is home to a wide variety of specialty coffee shops and roasters. In recent years, the scene has grown across the city, with some older shops expanding to multiple locations and new shops popping up quickly. Here at Boston University, Starbucks is a mainstay, with many locations across campus. While convenient, […]

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The Washington public school system has one goal for their second grade students this year: learn how to ride a bike. Learning how to ride a bicycle is a staple of most people’s childhoods, especially here in the United States. When you’re a kid, learning how to ride a bike is often a pretty big […]

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During my junior year of high school, I remember seeing a cartoon of a map that was comfortably politically incorrect. It showed Canada as the land of “[expletive] music and bears” and South America as the place for “drugs and supermodels.” I knew that this map was a joke, ignoring the brilliance of every country […]

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