“Well I wonder which song they’re going to play when we go / I hope it’s something quiet and minor and peaceful and slow” –
Has the Somerville concrete jungle got you down? Want to breathe in the crisp air of the wild, but don’t have a car to get
It is a universal truth acknowledged and reluctantly accepted by our generation that overpriced degrees in the liberal arts don’t guarantee success in the job
Remakes, sequels, reboots, spinoffs, prequels—what happened to original content? It’s an age-old song now that the media is ultimately a business and, because of this,
In light of Mitt Romney’s recent loss in the presidential election, the Republican Party has a unique opportunity to reexamine its principles of freedom from
In a region that knows the clamor of war far too well, an eight-day period of extreme back-and-forth violence broke out this November between Israelis
In any given room, at any given moment, how many legs are shaking? How many fingers are nervously twirling through long locks of hair? How
I gaped at the guy across from me. He was telling me something about an internship at the FEC. Or maybe it was the Fed.
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According to Julie Jampel, the Director of Continuing Education at Tufts Counseling and Mental Health Services, one in five students see or have seen a
My courses at university have taught me that colonialism and capitalism institutionalized patriarchy, racism, militarism, and unrelenting exploitation of the environment in Western civilization in
Hollywood today is not known for its creativity. The posters that line our theater hallways do not particularly boast a bold new era in film.