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How to detox with tea

How to detox with tea

February 4, 2015

Why Group Projects Are Not Okay

February 4, 2015

Filed under 2014-2015, Issue 11, Opinion

By Kaylie-Ann Flannigan Staff Writer Teachers always insist that we make an effort to learn in new and exciting ways. They often go back and forth between papers and projects (if you don’t have a science major). It seems as t...

Let us chat about le chat

November 5, 2014

Filed under 2014-2015, Issue 8

By Kaylie-Ann Flannigan Staff Writer It is fairly easy to identify different breeds of dog by color and size, but what about cats? There are 55 different and distinct breeds of cats: from the ancient Egyptian Abyssinian to the...

Riviello shows it’s possible to follow one’s dream

October 28, 2014

Filed under 2014-2015, A&E, Issue 7

By Kaylie-Ann Flannigan Contributing Writer Have no fear— communication majors are out there and employed! Lauren Riviello studied Journalism and is now the Assistant Director of Brookline Arts Center. Founded in 1964, the Br...

Prof. Becky Thompson reveals yoga insights in her new book

October 8, 2014

Filed under 2014-2015, A&E, Issue 5

By Kaylie-Ann Flannigan Contributing Writer In the basement of Brookline Booksmith, Becky Thompson, Professor and Chair of Sociology at Simmons College, shared her words, poetry, and gratitude alongside other members of the community....

How to avoid the ‘Freshman 15’

September 17, 2014

Filed under 2014-2015, Health and Science, Issue 2

By Kaylie-Ann Flannigan Contributing Writer We have all been there. Freshman year can be rough. You’re in a new place with new people, and odds are a random girl in your room that you have to live with. (That usually works...

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