The first few weeks of my sophomore year have been super chaotic, to say the least. I’ve been attempting to successfully juggle an overloaded course load, extracurricular activities, a decent social life, and healthy exercise and sleep habits … all with the stress of waiting for my foot to heal after getting stitches on the […]

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I don’t know about you, but I am a HUGE foodie. I’d also like to admit that before I decide to go to a restaurant, whether it be for a fancy night out, a brunch with friends, or just coffee, I always search the restaurant on Instagram. Finding new restaurants around Boston to try out, […]

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I like to say I’m into fitness. I love the idea of working out two hours every morning and crushing it daily, but of course I sleep in most days and I have a long-term relationship with Netflix. In the past couple weeks, I have been trying to find some workouts that keep me going, […]

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The leaves are changing, it’s going to be cooler out pretty soon and the aroma of fall is in the air. As the seasons turn, many fun events come up and friends everywhere are off taking cute pictures around Boston. In my opinion, the most underrated fall activity is apple picking, and here’s why. The […]

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Monday and Wednesday — Blaze Pizza fundraiser with Edge Dance Company Boston University’s jazz and contemporary dance group, Edge, is having a fundraiser and holding auditions this week. The group performs at college showcases around the Boston area at MIT, BU, Northeastern, etc. The group is entirely student run and choreographed. Head down to Blaze […]

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Ah, FitRec. A magnificent melting (or should I say, “sweating”) pot of all kinds of people from the BU community. Open for the majority of the day, FitRec is a popular spot for students to relieve their stress. During the three times I’ve made the hike to FitRec this semester, I found myself thinking the […]

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I’ve been studying in the United States for nearly three years, but I am still using my passport to prove my identity. I didn’t want to get my very first driver’s license in Boston, but then I found out it is so stupid to bring my passport everywhere, especially if it’s just to buy drinks. The thought […]

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This is how my friends deterred me from transferring without even knowing it. I started my freshman year in January of 2016. I came into college only knowing a handful of people that I had met at orientation the summer before, but besides my roommate, everybody I had met lived across campus. It was definitely […]

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When I transitioned from living in a quad sophomore year to a single junior year, I was not prepared for how quiet living alone would be. While it was nice and peaceful, it was also lonely not having three roommates to bounce ideas off of and not constantly have chatter in the background. To combat […]

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Each year thousands of students line up at all three dining halls across Boston University’s campus for one of the fanciest meals available at a college dining hall: lobster. Who would expect a college to serve lobster to its students for the cheap price of a swipe into the dining hall? I surely didn’t when […]

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