MugArt: A Reflection of Academic Determination, Distress

“MugArt” creatively and cleverly reflects BU students in limbo of academic failure and success and records timeless advice about these four years we’ll never get back.

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How To Take A Festive Study Break In Boston

Expunging any festive cheer from our lives for the sake of acing our exams, especially when 50 percent of the time we spend “studying” requires Netflix and Facebook (don’t even deny it), seems very bah humbug. Don’t be Ebenezer Scrooge. Instead, make your designated study breaks and calms-between-the-exam-storms worth your while with these festive events in and around Boston.

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Going Against a “Princess” Culture

Considering how we’ve been fighting for women’s rights in America since the Civil War era, it’s safe to say gender equality, feminism, girl power, et cetera have been on everyone’s minds for a while. Yet, that doesn’t exactly mean we’re there.

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“Humans Of” Photo Trend Arrives On Charles River Campus

“[The “Humans Of” projects capture] the experience of talking to a nice stranger on the subway or having a conversation about spirituality with a cab driver and universalizes them,” said Daniels. “They funnel back down to the fact that we’re all just people with lives and stories. We’re just trying to live.”

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Discovering Birchbox: Company Delivers High-End Samples to Your Door

When it comes to beauty supplies, it’s tricky to find products that are both inexpensive and of good quality. For those of us willing to make a more expensive sacrifice for better results, it can be tedious and a waste of money to purchase full-sized products if that result isn’t exactly what you were expecting.

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