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“Stressed” spelled backwards is “desserts.” With that in mind, we all enjoy indulging in something sweet. But at the same time, we are all preoccupied with classes, assignments, quizzes, projects, and exams. Therefore, we don’t have the time or the patience to come up with something creative…

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On October 6th, Miley Cyrus released a soul-moving, body-rocking cover of Blondie’s “Heart of Glass”. This cover quickly took over the internet, going viral on TikTok, and every other social media platform. In the last month, it has racked up more than fifteen million views on Youtube alone,…

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“Hip hop is the home of the narrative,” Akrobatik said as he welcomed students to class on Zoom. Akrobatik is the stage name of Jared Bridgeman, local Boston rapper and co-teacher of AMST 263: History of Hip Hop and Hip Hop as History, along with Professor Rachel Rubin. This innovative and c…

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As students join the Zoom meeting, “Salem’s Secret” by Peter Gundry plays through Professor Von Ehrenkrook’s speakers and establishes the mood of the class. Dark, sullen orchestral music sets the tone for a class period in RELSTY 110: Religions of Boston examines the archival records that do…

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I have decided to review “Borat 2,” also known as “Borat Subsequent Movie film,” more specifically focusing on whether this film falls under the field of dark comedy, offensive comedy, or both. For the people who don’t know who Borat is, he is a fictional character from Kazakhstan who is pla…

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On Oct. 30, pop star Sam Smith released a smashing album called “Love Goes,” with seventeen songs worth of raw emotion. Smith had been leading up to the album release for a while, with multiple singles released early. Smith’s voice on this album is golden, haunting, hypnotic, and honest. The…

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I will start this off this article off by being honest. I am nervous beyond belief about this year’s election. By the time this article is published, a winner will probably already be known. Yet, as of right now, I find myself drowning in uncertainty. I am fully aware that I am not alone in …

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With Halloween celebrations coming to a close, many stores are taking this as an opportunity to begin displays and advertisements for the winter holidays. Despite it only being the beginning of November, it can be hard to escape bright Christmas trees, twinkling lights, and the ever-so-sligh…

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The ending of midterm season signifies a lot of things. It can be a halfway check, one step closer to thanksgiving break, or it can also mean that finals are coming up. The word finals can bring so much stress and anxiety onto a person, especially during these times where studying is getting…

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I have always considered myself an adventurous eater. I especially love to explore cuisines and flavors of other cultures. One type of dish that I have been loving has been ‘shabu-shabu,’ also known as hot pot. This dish features one or two different broths that go onto a stove top to boil. …