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Asian dance team performs new vision

It’s hard to stand out among the many dance groups within Boston University, but the Unofficial Project dance team has become increasingly recognized in different ways. Beginning in 2005 as a side project for  nine dancers who just wanted to have fun, they decided to make their dancing a more serious collaboration. “[We’re] called Unofficial […]

Splitting sides, not hairs, over competition

With an array of student groups on Boston University’s campus, it is easy for students in every college to find their niché. For students looking to make people laugh, BU’s comedy groups, which strive to maintain their own style while performing various types of comedy, provide many opportunities. From sketch to long-form, BU’s student comics […]

Margarita Diaz: Rallying voters as dedicated Democrat

This is one article in a two-part series profiling a day in the life of a Democrat or Republican on campus. Margarita Diaz represents a student campaigning as a Democrat. While many students made their visits to the poll booths on Tuesday, Boston University student Margarita Diaz experienced Election Day from the lens of a […]

Sophie Miller: Leaning right amid liberal surroundings

This is one article in a two-part series profiling a day in the life of a Democrat or Republican on campus. Sophie Miller represents a student campaigning as a Republican. College of Arts and Sciences junior Sophie Miller said that being a Republican on a liberal campus can be an uphill battle. “Even though we […]

Bon Appetit in Boston: Local chefs dish their best advice to student ‘foodies’

Jennifer Che, the sole voice behind food blog Tiny Urban Kitchen, said she did not see herself becoming a foodie. She left college expecting to become a chemist. After graduating from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology with a degree in chemistry, she worked as a pharmacologist until she decided that she wanted to be something […]