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What’s your grocery strategy?

What’s your grocery strategy?

Feeding yourself in Cambridge without a car

July 7, 2020 | Meggan D.

Good food has long been my main vice. Before moving to Cambridge, I lived in DC and loved taking advantage of the diverse food scene. My Sunday ritual was going to the farmers market, heading to Whole Foods, and then coming home to cook for the afternoon. I knew once I was on a graduate […]

*Actually* looking forward to my commute

*Actually* looking forward to my commute

Or, my newfound love of podcasts

June 30, 2020 | Neha K.

Remember when iPods first became popular in the early 2000s and included an innocuous purple icon for the “Podcasts” app that hardly anyone paid attention to? Flash forward to 2019, when podcasts experienced a large resurgence of popularity, with nearly 32% of the US population listening to podcasts monthly, and 22% listening weekly. The podcast […]

Get out of the lab, get on Twitter

Get out of the lab, get on Twitter

Why science Twitter is one of the greatest tools you have never heard of

June 30, 2020 | Stephanie S.

As any millennial, I spend a lot of time on social media. Facebook is my go-to place for cute animal videos or life updates from baby boomer relatives. Instagram is how I stay posted on what my friends, favorite celebrities, and social media influencers are up to. Every once in a while, you might even […]

Changing your habits one sunrise at a time

Changing your habits one sunrise at a time

How to become a morning person through photography

June 30, 2020 | Daniel A.

In my third year of graduate school, I decided to become a morning person. I had fallen into a group of friends who regularly got up at ungodly times of the day to go on various wilderness adventures, like climbing and skiing. Since I wasn’t getting up early on weekdays, my morning wakeup times would […]

Two cats move to Cambridge

Two cats move to Cambridge

How—and why—to relocate with pets

June 1, 2020 | Chanyoung P.

Every night, when I come home, I’m greeted by the hungry calls of my two cats, Kiwi and Clem. Clem, the tortie, usually weaves in between my legs as I walk in, while her sister Kiwi, the calico, leads the way to the kitchen. After dinner, the cats loaf around in their usual spots―Kiwi on […]