Fruits in Decay at Harvard

People usually try to preserve fruits in a ripe, fresh state; this way the fruit will last longer and can be enjoyed later on. Rudolph Blaschka thought differently and decided to preserve fruit in its states of decay; this obviously doesn’t keep the fruit for eating, but it does make an interesting exhibit.

The Only Thing I Care About Is Harvard Square’s Milk Bar

There is a genre of online content known as “oddly satisfying videos.” These are the weird clips of disembodied hands doing strange activities that clog your discover page on any given social media platform. For most of these, I believe the word “oddly” applies to the word “satisfying” in that I am utterly mystified as…

Get Cultured on a College Budget

As any college student knows, an education doesn’t come cheap! It costs a lot of money to become a well educated and interesting person. So when opportunities to get cultured for a free or reduced cost fly by, you’ve got to grab them and hold on tight. That’s why every college student in the Boston…

Five Independent Bookstores to Visit

I would be a liar if said I didn’t love my Kindle.  Sometimes you just need millions of books at your fingertips. However, nothing can really compare to the feel of walking into a real-life bookstore and experiencing the magic of being surrounded by so many books and fellow book lovers, and with so many…

Free Things You Can Do in Colleges Around Boston

Boston is America’s #1 College Town. It’s a phrase that has sold many a student to coming to the city in their pursuit of higher education. Besides the contribution of new undergraduates, many of these schools give the public a chance to share in the knowledge that goes on behind closed doors. You can take advantage…