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Comics 

LIFE ON THE LEFT BANK: 6 YEARS IN THE MAKING

PETER PAUL PAYACK, LIFE ON THE LEFT BANK: 6 YEARS IN THE MAKING

Let’s all just hope the nearby Cambridge Street tunnel renovation doesn’t take as long. Read more about the new Harvard Art Museums here.

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News 

STRIKING HOTEL WORKERS RALLY IN CAMBRIDGE, HARVARD STUDENTS BACK THEM UP

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“I am furious that Harvard has yet to recognize that workers are the ones that run this university, that housekeepers are the ones who run hotels, and that you are the ones that run the DoubleTree.” Continue reading

Music 

REVIEW AND FOTOBOM: WEEZER AT SINCLAIR

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Waiting in the will-call line for my ticket to the Weezer I overheard a fellow fan’s conundrum: “Mike from the fourth floor offered me $500.” Her friend replied, ” I was offered box seats to the Sox versus Yankees next season.” When Weezer stops through Boston, it’s typically a hot ticket. Continue reading

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THE STUDENT GUIDE: YOUR ULTIMATE GUIDE TO STUDENT LIFE IN TOWN

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We have gone to great lengths to bring to you, oh happy student reader, a compendium of cool and wondrous things to celebrate while attending university in Boston. Continue reading

Arts News Opinion 

TRIVIAL PURSUITS: A LITTLE REFERENCE GUIDE OF SCHOOL-BASED INTEL NUGGETS

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BOSTON UNIVERSITY

SOMETHING EVERYONE WILL TELL YOU: They didn’t get in to NYU.
SOMETHING A FEW PEOPLE WILL TELL YOU: That you should hang out at the BU Pub in the Castle, which you should.
SOMETHING NOBODY WILL TELL YOU: They had a great experience renting an off-campus apartment from Alpha Management. Continue reading

News Opinion 

FREE RADICAL: MOVING MORE STUDENTS ONTO CAMPUS ISN’T THE ANSWER

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It is entirely possible that additional student housing would take some pressure off of neighborhoods like Mission Hill and Allston-Brighton that have increasingly become extensions of peripheral schools. But I can’t imagine a world in which more housing, in its current form, could keep students on campus. Continue reading