Sunday, 12th March 2017

Sex & the Signs

Freshman year, I declared it my collegiate mission to fuck my way through the zodiac. My first sexual encounter happened my first week of college. It was a two month affair with a poetic Pisces,…

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Sunday, 12th March 2017

The Mindfulness Behind Mending

Inside the top drawer of Antoine Timbers’ ‘18, wooden Piano Row desk, among various household supplies like batteries and extra tubes of toothpaste, is a large red sewing kit. Twenty spools of colored thread are…

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Sunday, 12th March 2017

The S Word

The first time I had a real discussion about Sexually Transmitted Infections was when my mom told me I would inevitably get one if I had premarital sex. Before that, things like chlamydia were just…

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Sunday, 12th March 2017

So Bad It’s Good

Upon entering the Somerville Movie Theatre in Davis Square, the smell of fresh popcorn overwhelms the nostrils. But ignore the buttery seduction. The real treasure is waiting downstairs. At the end of a long hallway,…

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Sunday, 12th March 2017

Birth Control Guide

In my own experience, there are not nearly enough avenues for people to find the right method of birth control. Coming from a conservative high school in Texas, I never received a proper sex education….

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Monday, 19th December 2016

Your Body

The numerous walk-in clinics that have popped up are great for getting a quick look-over, but there are a few things we should check regularly at home.

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Monday, 19th December 2016

Office Space

He was just making me uncomfortable, albeit to the point where I dreaded going to work and seeing him. That is harassment, she told me.

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Friday, 16th December 2016

In Review: 2016

I think we can all agree that 2016 has been quite a fucking year. We’ve collectively, as a planet, been through so much—lots of good, lots of bad, lots of WTF. Here’s a timeline of…

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Friday, 16th December 2016

The Life and Death of an Original Story

The author writes a novel. The screenwriter finishes a script. Both are enchanting stories with incredible characters. Neither are like anything previously conceived. With the printed pages collected in the creator’s hands, the writers sit…

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Tuesday, 8th November 2016

Oh, Cy$*!

I had been moody, distant, and confrontational. If you believe in teen angst, then I was the poster child for it. Unfortunately, I didn’t sneak out and ride off into the suburban sunset on the…

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Tuesday, 8th November 2016

Her Hirsutism

There were ten minutes left in the class. We’d completed the lesson for the day so my English teacher decided we could use the time to talk. My friends and I were seated in the…

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Tuesday, 8th November 2016

Angry Asian Girls

ANGRY ASIAN GIRLS began as a Teespring fundraiser. Seven of us were sitting in a conference room at the Northeastern Asian American Institute on a Sunday morning trying to brainstorm ways to raise some fast…

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Tuesday, 8th November 2016

How To: Martha’s Vineyard

I had never been to Martha’s Vineyard before. I imagined there would be preppy guys dressed in Polo Ralph Lauren shirts, girls in tennis skirts, and wealthy people just hopping off of their yachts and…

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Tuesday, 8th November 2016

Nasty Galaxy

By getting personal, Amoruso also shows us that whether you’re dumpster diving or strutting down Melrose, there’s something to be said about the fabulousness of it all.

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Tuesday, 8th November 2016

A Bauhaus Home

If houses were people, Gropius House would be the type of person who’s curt, prompt, straightforward, Type A, intimidating but not condescending, relatable, quite likeable, refined, sartorially clean, and exuding minimalist elegance. Their minimalism, however,…

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Monday, 7th November 2016

Where We Met

With the norm of arranged marriages far in our past, our society has acquired a modern fascination with the circumstances under which two lovers meet.

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Monday, 7th November 2016

Digital Debut

It all came crumbling down when he posted a #wcw (woman crush wednesday) picture of me without asking my permission, two weeks into our relationship.

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Tuesday, 11th October 2016

Public Trust

By embracing boldness and disregarding external judgment, we can open our hearts to both our local and global communities even more.

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Monday, 6th June 2016

A Very Merry Michael Christmas

You can’t miss Michael Christmas with his quirky demeanor and light-footed gait, he enters Starbucks, zipped all the way up in his turquoise Columbia jacket, chilled to the bone. If he misses anything while in…

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Friday, 3rd June 2016

Girls Don’t Count

BY MECHI LAKATOS and PEYTON DIX You are thirteen when Ellie Paciorek from second period pre-algebra asks if you can show her how to kiss a boy.  You’ve never kissed a boy but you want to kiss her,…

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Thursday, 19th May 2016

Editorial: Class of 2016

“We all are different. But there’s something kind of fantastic about that, isn’t there?” – Wes Anderson’s “Fantastic Mr. Fox.” Photography: Ebrima Manjang Styling: Mia Zarella and Erik Ly Clothes: Fred Perry, Cos, Burberry, and American…

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Monday, 16th May 2016

30-Minute Masterpiece

I was getting dressed in front of a particular person in my romantic periphery today. After about 30 minutes of frustration, fussing around with different articles of clothing and outfits, he uttered something that struck…

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Saturday, 14th May 2016

Dare to Denim

Tracing back to the 17th century, denim is one of the oldest fabrics in the world. Throughout the years, it has been used for just about everything from upholstery to flags of rebellion. Today, denim…

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Friday, 13th May 2016

Every Body is a Beach Body

Fashion shapes more than the clothes we wear: it is an integral element of our culture. As the summer season—what many of us equate to “beach season”—approaches, the social impact of fashion is increasingly evident….

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Thursday, 12th May 2016

The Man Who Wanted

Men want sex. That’s the assumption, that it is hard-wired into our DNA. We want it. We need it. We can’t control ourselves. That’s what makes men, men. If my story from last night doesn’t…

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Wednesday, 11th May 2016

Love, Feminism, and Sisterhood

Picture this: your boyfriend is a conventionally good-looking hunk with a strong jaw-line and killer abs. You’re a stunning bombshell with bleached blonde hair and a forever bikini body. The two of you spend your…

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Tuesday, 10th May 2016

Politics of Smiling

On my trip home last year, a man in his early thirties with whom I shared an airplane aisle exclaimed upon discovering that I was from Thailand, “Aren’t Thais supposed to be smiley?” I wasn’t…

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Monday, 9th May 2016

Eur Such a Flirt!

If there’s a perfect place and time for risk taking, it’s a semester in Europe. Flirting has never been a talent of mine, to put it mildly, so I decided to try out the absolute…

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Saturday, 7th May 2016

The Year of Magical Thinking

The first time I was introduced to tarot was through a reading done by a friend. As she pulled cards, she spoke to me in a soothing voice; I was transfixed. It wasn’t until last…

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Friday, 6th May 2016

Survivor

“You sure you want to do this?” Mom said. “I’d rather have them cut out than have them fall off and see them on my pillow.” A warm smile sprung onto the hairdresser’s face as…

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Thursday, 5th May 2016

Close To Home

I love to sit in my bedroom, adjacent to my father’s office, and hear him laugh. More often than not he is listening to Monty Python audio tapes from the 1970s. His spurts of chuckling…

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Thursday, 5th May 2016

May Horoscopes

Our managing editor trains his gimlet eye on the future ahead. AQUARIUS Jan 20–Feb 18 If you’ve been considering giving online dating a try, now is a good time. The stars in your constellation foretell…

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Wednesday, 4th May 2016

Stressed, Struggling, Succeeding

The only thing that could make my chocolate-covered mouth fall open—besides another bite of a Bova’s peanut butter chip cannoli—was the Boston skyline. I was a freshman walking back from the North End, gripping my…

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Tuesday, 3rd May 2016

To My Banana Sisters

I remember when I first heard someone use the word “banana” to describe themselves, it was the adopted Chinese daughter of a distant family friend who’d used it in a college essay. She used the…

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Saturday, 30th April 2016

Punk Publishing: A Look into Zines

In 2016 we live in a digital age where social media serves as an outlet for members of different subcultures to come together and share their opinions. But gamer geeks and radically political activists alike…

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Friday, 29th April 2016

Translation: Lost or Found?

The first time I watched the classic American 90s sitcom The Nanny, I wasn’t in America. I was twelve years old, staying with my grandparents in Croatia for the summer. Back home in Nashville, I…

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Sunday, 24th April 2016

Audio Arousal: The Boyfriend Experience

“I love your breasts,” he says forcefully. “I know that just about every woman who’s ever lived is insecure—that she doesn’t think hers are right; that they’re too big or they’re too small, or they’re…

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Saturday, 23rd April 2016

Memorialized in Movies

This past summer I took my group of camp kids—first and second graders—on a field trip to the movie theater. We were seeing Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb, the final film in…

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Saturday, 16th April 2016

Dirty Dancing

From Your Magazine Volume 3 Issue 7: March 2014 Spice up your life and dance the night away at one of these local clubs.  We live in an era where dancing simply means bumping and…

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Thursday, 14th April 2016

A Local Treasure

From Your Magazine Volume 3 Issue 1: September 2013 From the outside, it doesn’t look like much, but even the very merry Land of Oz couldn’t hold a vintage Marc Jacobs pendant to what the inside…

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Wednesday, 13th April 2016

Tea Time

From Your Magazine Vol. 1 Issue 8: April 2012 “If you are cold, tea will warm you, if you are too heated, it will cool you; if you are depressed, it will cheer you; if you…

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Tuesday, 12th April 2016

Where to Meet Hipsters Like You

From Your Magazine Vol. 1 Issue 7: March 2012 Emerson College – The Thinking Cup Location: 165 Tremont Street This is the place you want to go to have a social experience while eating a (somewhat…

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Tuesday, 12th April 2016

Fashionable Embroidery

The art of hand embroidery has always been a part of fashion, but it has just recently migrated back into popular culture. Embroidered shirts can be found lining the racks at stores such as Urban…

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Monday, 11th April 2016

Bronies: A Phenomenon

From Your Magazine Vol. 1 Issue 9: May 2012 Bronies are people that need little introduction. They’re fans of the show My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic and who are outside the target demographic of…

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Sunday, 10th April 2016

The Art of Binge Watching

  An empty wrapper slides off the bed as you shift, just one of the many nestled in the folds of your comforter. You’re adjusting the location of your laptop, the battery is hot and…

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Thursday, 31st March 2016

Editorial: Gaps

Society is starting to realize that people don’t give a shit about beauty standards. Flaws are perfection and beauty is simply a perspective. Creative Direction: Peri Lapidus Photographer: Sophie Peter-Wilson Models: Nathaniel Charles, Peri Lapidus, Pimploy Phongsirivech, Elle…

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Tuesday, 29th March 2016

Editorial: Blank Canvas

Photographer and Art Direction: Christian Lopez Stylists: Mia Zarrella. Allison Nguyen Model: Adam Ward Concealed Laces Sneakers Zara: $69.90 Adidas Stan Smith J. Crew: $75 Common Projects High Tops Common Project: $435 Adidas Samba Classic Shoes J. Crew:…

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Saturday, 26th March 2016

Odd Beauty Tricks and Trends

Sometimes when you can’t sleep, you may find yourself in a dark corner on Youtube watching a teenager use Oreo crumbs and rubbing alcohol as mascara (just me? ok cool). Unless you’re looking to give…

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Saturday, 26th March 2016

Staying Hot in the Cold

Advice on crop tops, plunging necklines, and how to wear them in the winter without freezing. Despite all my best efforts, I am not thin. I’ve got quite the tummy on me, my thighs are…

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Thursday, 24th March 2016

The Impact of Concussions

Haste became a habit. Busy bodies and college students tend to do that: rushing to meet deadlines, racing to class, hurrying to meetings, casting calls, and shoots. Then one day, it catches up with us….

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Wednesday, 23rd March 2016

When Collections Talk Back

I barely cook. I may think I know how important seasoning is (cough, Bobby Flay, cough), but I’ve never made my own spice rub or even know where to begin to make a steak flavourful….

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Tuesday, 22nd March 2016

Gyno 101

“It’s called a speculum,” my sister said. “They use it to split open your vagina.” We were looking at the book my mother had used to explain why the stork didn’t deliver babies. There was…

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Tuesday, 22nd March 2016

Confessions of a Pastry Addict

Everyone has a vice. Whether it be smoking, watching television, enjoying a nice glass of wine at night, it is something we look forward to everyday.  My addiction is pastries: cookies, pies, doughnuts, cakes, croissants,…

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Monday, 21st March 2016

Confessions of a Romance Reader

I once took an “Intro to Creative Writing” course. At the beginning of the semester, the class went around and each person shared their favorite authors. Among them were Hemingway, Tolkien, Junot Diaz, and Toni…

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Sunday, 20th March 2016

March Horoscopes

Our managing editor trains his gimlet eye on the future ahead. AQUARIUS A rare cosmic arrangement promises money troubles this month. It’s advisable to immediately pay back any debts you owe to friends or family…

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Tuesday, 15th March 2016

Traveling with Tinder

It all started in Karlovac. I’d just had my wisdom teeth out. My face was swollen and I was confined to bed, in no mood to do anything besides watch Netflix, and even that didn’t…

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Monday, 7th March 2016

It’s Time For Men to Skirt Up

It’s only a few months into the new year, but Jaden Smith is already winning it. Seventeen-year-old Smith is the face of Louis Vuitton’s latest womenswear line. The campaign is not just a major step…

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Saturday, 27th February 2016

Pocket Politics

Is pocket equality the next frontier for the fashion industry? I need a phone upgrade—the battery of my iPhone 5s doesn’t hold charge anymore. But part of me is dreading getting the 6s. Cost aside,…

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Friday, 26th February 2016

Beautyscopes

Happy (belated) new calendar year! In honor of our cultural tradition of choosing one otherwise arbitrary winter day (January 1) to hold our hopes for the future, this month, I present you with a new…

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Friday, 26th February 2016

Let’s Talk About Vaginas

Every year in America there is one dreaded day in fifth grade; a day that leaves everyone in the room avoiding eye contact, shifting around uncomfortably in their seat, and permanently blushing. A day that…

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Thursday, 25th February 2016

When Do We Become Adults?

Turning eighteen does not make you an adult. It is not when you get your license, or when you buy your first legal drink. It is not when enroll in college or move out of…

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Tuesday, 23rd February 2016

Erasure Poetry: Redefined Art

Erasure poetry is dubbed a lot of things. Titles that come to mind are “art form,” “found poetry,” or “found art.” Simply, it is the process of erasing (hence the name) existing words from a…

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Tuesday, 23rd February 2016

The Man Who Sold the World

David Bowie was not of this earth. I knew it at age five as I sat transfixed in front of the TV, my normally short attention span completely absorbed by a grainy VHS tape of…

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Tuesday, 23rd February 2016

Artist’s Statement: Ashley Dunn

Ashley Dunn: Communication Sciences & Disorders ‘18 During the spring of my freshman year, I finally reached the peak that was my mountain of depression. Being hospitalized after a night filled with suicidal thoughts and…

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Monday, 22nd February 2016

Deadpool: Marvel’s R-­Rated Antihero

Marvel’s “Merc with a Mouth” once again hit the big screen Feb. 12 in Deadpool. Wade Wilson—and his antihero alter ego Deadpool (Ryan Reynolds)—made his first silver screen appearance in 2009’s X­Men Origins: Wolverine. A…

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Tuesday, 16th February 2016

The Funny Girls

  Five of Emerson’s most influential and provocative female comedians talk sexism, comedy, and cool moms in a discussion led by self-proclaimed “Uber Queen” writing for Film and Television major, Danielle Shvartsman ‘16. From the sketch…

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Thursday, 4th February 2016

Your Guide to Chinese New Year

by Danny LeMar and Claudia Mak Learn how to celebrate with Emerson’s neighbor — Chinatown.   While most people rang in the new year with a bottle of champagne and the ball drop on Jan….

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Wednesday, 3rd February 2016

Ladies, Get Your Head in the Game

Women whose minds wander during sex are less likely to have an orgasm. According to Live Science, one in four women experience difficulty reaching orgasm. To put this into perspective– if you live in P-Row, it’s…

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Monday, 1st February 2016

Love on Beacon Hill

A trip to chocolate-y heaven will do a body good. Paula Barth, founder and owner of Beacon Hill Chocolates, stands behind the counter of her shop. She is slight of frame and breathlessly sweeps hair…

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Thursday, 28th January 2016

What’s Stopping Boston?

Although published more than three years ago, Boston’s number one spot on GQ‘s “The 40 Worst Dressed Cities in America” list is still a sore subject among city residents. Alex Weaver, managing editor at BostInno,…

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Saturday, 16th January 2016

The Trap Music Orchestra

It’s 2:45 p.m. on a Sunday, “Care Taker” by D.R.A.M. thuds from the speakers in Studio 8, as more members of the Trap Music Orchestra swagger into the room. There is an immediate shift in…

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Saturday, 16th January 2016

Editorial: Just Kids

Creative Direction: Peyton Dix Photographed by: Nydia Hartono Collaged by: Braden Bochner Models: Zeke St. John, Malachi McDonald, Sawyer Phillips, Jade Young, Michelle Krisfeld  

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Tuesday, 15th December 2015

Beauty on a Budget

Sometimes you run out of your favorite dry shampoo or your awesome frizz fighting spray. However, if you’re in a rush and out of your favorite product, then you’re also out of luck. But fear…

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Friday, 11th December 2015

Finding Cafe Harmony

There are people who go to cafés and then there are café goers. When people go to cafés, they step through the doors, order a drink, slide on a coffee sleeve, and head out the…

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Friday, 11th December 2015

Gender Talks

It is 2015. Legal love won nationwide on June 26th. Things are going so well, on a large scale, for the LGBTQIA+ community in the United States. After decades of discussing sexuality, our mainstream dialogue…

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Friday, 11th December 2015

Artist’s Statement

I’m a person whose neutral state of being is really fucking stressed out and anxious and frantically racing from thought to thought. It gets worse when I have to sit still in one place, like…

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Tuesday, 1st December 2015

Farmers’ Market Fan Favorite

What to pick, after the farmers do. Before the weather officially confines grocery shopping to fluorescently lit aisles or laptop clicks, getting to the farmer’s market is a must. We all know that these pop-up…

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Tuesday, 1st December 2015

Let’s Hear It For Hair

Razor burn. Razor bumps. Waxing. Lasers. Tweezers. Three-bladed razors. Razors with moisturizing strips. Four-bladed razors. Disposable razors. Threading. Electric razors. Enough yet? Hair removal. We’ve been doing it for centuries, but it seems that this…

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Saturday, 7th November 2015

Happiness and Hooking Up

I arrived at Emerson College my freshman year newly rid of twenty inches of hair and excited to fill all of that high school weight I’d just cut off with new, interesting, and exciting collegiate…

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Monday, 26th October 2015

Natural Beauty

Finding your new favorite organic beauty products at Boston’s Follain. Stepping into Beacon Hill’s Follain is a sensory experience. The white walls are crisp, and clean, while the floors are glossy wooden panels. In the…

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Monday, 26th October 2015

Spa H20 Day

Water has long since solidified its reputation as the most vital substance for all living things. Just because we know it’s good for us, however, doesn’t mean everyone is taking time out for their daily…

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Monday, 26th October 2015

Damsel in Disasters

A Romance column with Chelsea Tremblay You can’t always tell when a disaster date is about to happen. Sometimes it starts off with a cup of coffee, some laughs, a walk through the Common, and…

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Friday, 23rd October 2015

Radical Nun Art

  The largest copyrighted piece of artwork in the world and one of Boston’s most controversial pop art pieces does not hang in a gallery; it is painted boldly on a 140 ft gas tank…

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Thursday, 22nd October 2015

Top off Your Perfect Fall Outfit

Fall is the best time to experiment with different hat styles. Fall is arguably the best season for fashion. Everyone thinks of sweaters, combat boots, plaid, and scarves. However, what it comes to accessorizing, we…

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Wednesday, 1st July 2015

The Speakeasy: From 1920 to Today

In the early twentieth century, it was believed that alcohol was tearing families apart, causing corruption, and increasing crime rates. The Anti-Saloon League and the Women’s Christian Temperance Union strongly advocated the ban of liquor,…

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Wednesday, 1st July 2015

The Evolution of Female Sex Writers

I wonder how many 1940s housewives sat at their kitchen tables, glasses of iced tea sweating perfect O’s on the table, thumbing through their copy of Good Housekeeping, wishing that instead of reading about bed…

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Sunday, 31st May 2015

Counting Down From 10

I sat holding my roommate’s hand, continuously adjusting my position to make the best of the uncomfortable chair. I could feel slight tremors going through her fingers like little bumps on a road, but she…

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Wednesday, 27th May 2015

A Non-Basic Guide to Festival Style

Music festival season is in full swing and events like Coachella, Bonnaroo, and The Governors Ball are centerpieces for fashion inspiration. Millions tuned in to Instagram to see what their favorite celebrities wore to Coachella…

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Monday, 25th May 2015

Pure Barre Torture

I have never been particularly susceptible to peer pressure. Even though it meant stifling my high school social life, I wouldn’t hesitate to pass on the murky depths of a red Solo cup, and sometimes…

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Thursday, 16th April 2015

Artwork Alone

I never stop to smell the flowers. According to an article in The New York Times from this past fall, “The Art of Slowing Down” is something we take for granted at a museum. To…

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Wednesday, 15th April 2015

Emerson Runs

  Monday, April 20, 2015 marks the 119th Boston Marathon. After seven Emerson students were injured in the 2013 marathon bombing, many Emersonians plan to participate in this year’s event. For some, it will be…

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Friday, 10th April 2015

West Co.

February editorial spread / Photos by Chris Garcia Models / Nathaniel Charles, Dana Stern, Carina Allen, Marty Miller, Lily Richards

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Thursday, 26th February 2015

Where To Live Off Campus

Starting the search for off-campus housing can be an overwhelming ordeal. There are many aspects to consider, from choosing a neighborhood to setting a price range. Not sure where to begin? Well, you’re in luck,…

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Thursday, 26th February 2015

The Power of the Seed

Getting healthy can often times be a lengthy and convoluted process that can involve tedious routines and unpleasant measures. There are so many steps you can take, fads you can latch onto, and methods you…

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Wednesday, 18th February 2015

Some Sault For Your Style

There are a lot of things that I like about style. Each morning, you choose to express who you are, and your many complexities, with whatever you choose to cover your boobs or noobs with….

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Wednesday, 28th January 2015

Data Driven Driving

Bridj, a Boston-based transportation startup, is changing mass transit as we know it. I look down at my phone as I stand on Harvard Street in Coolidge Corner. It’s 9:26 a.m. My Bridj should be…

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Tuesday, 27th January 2015

Sweet N Savvy Seeks Witty Companion

If asked about my personal ideals, I would classify myself as a feminist, fiercely independent, and someone with a strong moral compass and unwavering commitment to my beliefs and integrity. If asked about my past,

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Monday, 26th January 2015

Scandinavian(ly) Clad

Horned Viking hats not included. From Ikea, Swedish meatballs, to the discovery of insulin, we owe many things to the Scandinavians. Now it’s time to add style to the list, because Scandinavian fashion has crossed…

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Friday, 31st October 2014

Tennis Chic

  Game, set, chic. Let’s be honest, there is nothing cute about sweating and it is incredibly difficult to run in stilettos. For these reasons, fashion and athletics have been at odds since 1480, when…

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Wednesday, 29th October 2014

Niche for Nude

Age 13 was not anybody’s year, and it especially was not mine. My adolescent years were filled with sporadic breakouts and the sudden growth of what would become my current double-Ds. I was the poster child for…

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Wednesday, 29th October 2014

Top it Off

With many silhouettes, textures, and colors available for outerwear this fall, it’s easy to ditch your basic pea coat and test out different styles. Go beyond your beloved trench and try a sleek robe coat, or for…

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Monday, 27th October 2014

Touchy Tattoos

Tattoos: a way to permanently express yourself through body art. Any emotion can be expressed through tattoos; bliss, grief, animosity, even love. So, what happens when tattoos become a symbol of love? Whether or not…

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Wednesday, 22nd October 2014

YM October Playlist

With autumn finally in full swing, we welcome to our own hub of Boston not only the changing seasons but also an impressive lineup of touring artists and album-dropping musical acts.As Halloween and increasingly chilly…

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Tuesday, 21st October 2014

Old School Jams

As festival season comes to a close, music fans are beginning to filter into arenas for the fall’s mega tours. The top 40 bands are not the only ones, though—across the country, hit-makers from decades…

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Tuesday, 21st October 2014

Your Mag’s Definitive Halloween Roundup

Movies Halloween (1978) No Halloween-themed festivities would be complete without the requisite viewing of John Carpenter’s seminal 1978 slasher flick Halloween. It remains, to this day, arguably the most famous, and influential, “dead teenager” film…

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Tuesday, 21st October 2014

Boston: City of Art

A yarn graffiti workshop, a percussion ice music performance, a futuristic fashion show—these diverse events represent only a portion of the 79 eclectic activities offered at this year’s Fall ArtWeek. From Sept. 27 through Oct….

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Thursday, 16th October 2014

Off The Charts: Women in Music

  The year 2013 had looked, for a long time, to be shaping up to be a thoroughly dispiriting time for female representation in music. Robin Thicke’s ode to misogyny “Blurred Lines” was dominating airwaves…

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Thursday, 16th October 2014

Three Parts of Desire

Hostel One When I landed in Madrid, I immediately remembered just how alone I was. People gathered at the terminal exit, crying and embracing loved ones as I quietly slipped past. I looked at my…

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Thursday, 16th October 2014

Tote-ally

Everything about autumn is oversized: thick knit sweaters, chunky leather boots, and scarves that go on for miles. The chilly November winds mean that along with those year-round handbag staples—a few tubes of lipstick, sunglasses,…

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Wednesday, 15th October 2014

A Rower’s Routine

Chloe Laverack is rowing her third Head of The Charles Regatta. She’s no stranger to practice. On the banks of the Charles River this Oct. 18 and 19, you won’t find the typical still waters…

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