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Twitter-twatter

To be honest, I was anti-Twitter until two months ago. With the popularity of Facebook, I thought for sure Twitter would be a short-lived fad, similar to the Furbies from my childhood. My roommate, Erin Kelly, made a Twitter account … Continue reading

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Celebrating 100 years of women

Happy 100th International Women’s Day! Today, women are recognized for their achievements without regard to divisions – national, ethnic, linguistic, cultural, economic or political. It is an occasion for looking back on past struggles and accomplishments, and for looking ahead … Continue reading

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Gas prices…ouch!

I spent my spring break last week in California visiting a friend who is interning at a pharmacy in Carlsbad for four months. While I was on the West Coast for eight days, I explored Disneyland, Old Town San Diego, … Continue reading

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Leilet Omr: Exploring the diversity of the Middle East

At least 50 people experienced the cultural diversity of the Arab world at Leilet Omr on Sunday, Feb. 13. Northeastern University’s Arab Student Association (ArabSA) and the International Student & Scholar Institute (ISSI) sponsored the event, which was held at the Fenway Center … Continue reading

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