By Emma Sánchez Are you tired of watching reruns of “The Office” for the millionth time? Have you already exhausted reliving your childhood by watching old Disney Channel shows on Disney+?  If you’re like me and are sad that all your favorite shows — like “Big Mouth” — have halted production because of the pandemic, […]

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By Amber Bhatnagar Being inclusive of all races, genders and sexualities is vital on a college campus, especially now that we’re living in the midst of yet another surge in the Black Lives Matter movement. As the topic of racial injustice continues, it is crucial that we prioritize becoming educated in order to effect change, […]

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By Julia Furmanek  My baby sister has always been a bit of a homebody. As soon as she could form full sentences, she’d ask the same exact question as soon as she woke up: “Is today a ‘stay-home’ day?”  Now she is six years old, her dad has taken to stockpiling nonperishables in his sock […]

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By Michelle Lu Tian In quarantine, I’ve found myself on YouTube quite a lot. It’s almost concerning how much time I spend watching videos.  I’m subscribed to tons of YouTubers and I’m a huge fan of all of them. Valspire Family, Bon Appetit and Michelle Khare are a few channels that I’m starting to love. […]

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By Sophia Yakumithis I prepared a loaf of bread during a seminar class on Monday because I had the camera turned off. And I can do what I want now that my governor put all of us under house arrest.  It’s terrible, though, that I now feel such a sense of autonomy over not just […]

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By Michelle Lu Tian If you know me, then you know I love to dance. I’ve been doing it since I was five years old, and I don’t plan on stopping anytime soon.  But it hasn’t been too long since I really discovered the dance industry and started loving a few of the big names, […]

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By Aasha Amber Bhatnagar Staying in shape in college presents a challenge for most students.  Between cramming for midterms, turning in last-minute assignments before spring break and balancing a social life, going to the gym can feel like a monumental feat sometimes — especially for those of us at Boston University who don’t live on […]

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By Katherine Wright  In the digital age, short attention spans, constant distractions and easy access to all forms of entertainment create the perfect storm for procrastination.  With midterms and spring break in the next two weeks, productivity is crucial at this time of the semester. However, productivity is no easy feat and is often accompanied […]

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By Dylan Hubert If you were watching television in the 2000s, odds are you saw a little girl with pig-tails popping and locking with some absolutely hectic breakdancing on your screen. That little girl was Alyson Stoner. She got her big break as a dancer and rapper Missy Elliot’s music video for the hit song […]

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