Harvard Museum Musts

By Jamaica Stuart|2018-12-20T09:52:56-05:00December 20th, 2018|

Ever since I moved to Cambridge, I’ve been astonished by the amount of fun things available around me. One of the many things to do is to visit the Harvard Museums, but these museums are so varied that deciding which to visit can be overwhelming. Here are a few of my favorite options. The Fogg Art Museum has art ranging from the sixth [...]

Sitcoms to Stream This Winter

By Angela Haas|2018-12-18T10:32:11-05:00December 18th, 2018|

Winter means a hiatus not only from the warm weather, but also from our favorite television shows. Luckily, if you have access to streaming services, you don’t have to worry. Here are some recommendations for some great sitcoms—new titles and old favorites—that you can stream while you wait for your other shows to return. If you have Netflix, I recommend One Day at [...]

Winter Activities for All Climates

By Angela Haas|2018-12-06T09:39:24-05:00December 6th, 2018|

Winter is coming. Whether you’ll be spending the season in the sun or piled under blankets, winter is still a great time to enjoy both indoor and outdoor activities—don’t let the season hold you back! Ice-skating is the perfect activity for the winter, whether its inside or outside! If ice-skating isn’t your strong suit, then head to a local rink for a hockey [...]

Sweeten the Season with These December Delicacies

By Angela Haas|2018-11-29T08:38:04-05:00November 29th, 2018|

December can be filled with stress—the holiday season is approaching, the weather is getting colder and work is piling up. Baking is the perfect way to combat this overwhelming season, because it helps you focus on something sweet. If you’re feeling stressed this winter, you could try these yummy dessert recipes: Classic Favorites Apple pie: Save some time by buying a pre-made pie [...]

The One with All the “Friends” Thanksgiving Episodes

By Nora Chan|2018-11-20T11:48:24-05:00November 20th, 2018|

After the parade, the turkey dinner and the time with family, what would Thanksgiving be without a marathon of every Friends Thanksgiving-themed episode? Here is a list of each episode for your turkey-day marathon! “The One Where Underdog Gets Away” (Season 1, Episode 9) The Underdog balloon in the Thanksgiving parade gets loose in Manhattan, causing the Thanksgiving dinner to be ruined. “The [...]

No Capes: Graphic Novels for People Who Don’t Like Superheroes

By Jamaica Stuart|2018-10-18T10:08:19-04:00November 6th, 2018|

Picking courses for the summer semester had me thinking: it’s summer—I want to take something fun! As I scoured the course catalog with this in mind, the course Comic Books and Graphic Novels jumped out at me. I’d read a couple graphic novels before, but I embraced this course as an opportunity to expand my horizons while taking an enjoyable summer course in [...]

Beyond Plymouth Rock: Your Guide to America’s Hometown

By Angela Haas|2018-11-01T10:29:34-04:00November 1st, 2018|

I grew up right outside of Plymouth, Massachusetts, and know that the town is a haven for tourists, especially around Thanksgiving. If you plan to take a trip to “America’s Hometown” this holiday season, I recommend checking out Plimoth Plantation and Edaville Family Theme Park! With its historical sights and interactive exhibits, Plimoth Plantation is perfect for people of all ages. If the [...]

A Taste of the Renaissance: King Richard’s Faire

By Angela Haas|2018-10-09T11:08:38-04:00October 9th, 2018|

If you’re looking to time travel and are intrigued by all things Renaissance, then look no further than King Richard’s Faire! The Faire is located in Carver, Massachusetts, just under two hours from Boston and is running until October 21. I recently attended this annual Renaissance-style fair, and it has attractions for all ages, including the following: Shows/Entertainment singing performances jousting mud show [...]

Boston Drama: Upcoming Theater in the Boston Area

By Jamaica Stuart|2018-09-27T11:56:01-04:00September 27th, 2018|

Hamilton has come to Boston! And some PSG staff members have already been lucky enough to see the hit musical since its opening. Nora’s verdict: “Hamilton was amazing! My brother cried the whole time, so it’s definitely an emotional musical!” Annette shares Nora’s (and her brother’s) enthusiasm: “The talent of the touring cast is second only to Lin-Manuel Miranda’s brilliant writing. It was [...]

The Bookish Side of Instagram

By Lindsay Howard|2018-09-25T10:37:34-04:00September 25th, 2018|

I love looking at different Bookstagrams (Instagram accounts centered around books) in my free time. There are so many different styles and perspectives: monochromatic or vibrant color schemes, book reviews, jam-packed bookshelves, aesthetically pleasing book combinations, themes like coffee or fashion—the possibilities are endless. Below are some of my favorite accounts: @Theguywiththebook was awarded “Bookstagrammer of the Year” for 2018 by the London [...]

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