Why not? Let’s begin with BU’s housing situations. 1. Warren Towers: Knee-high lace-up Converse Whether you’ll admit it or not, you know that at one point the thought of knee-high Converse made you excited. When you were younger you definitely shopped around Justice and dreamed about owning a pair of your own. Just like how […]

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Sometimes living in Boston on your own can start to feel a little too costly. Fear not, because it doesn’t have to. We all get urges to spend, take a break from the dining hall or venture out into the city, but all of these things don’t have to be expensive if you follow some […]

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In my opinion, my trip to Montreal, Canada had to be one of the greatest experiences in my college life so far. The city is friendly, vibrant and easy to explore. From free outdoor festivals, speakeasies and happy hour (which Boston does not have for the 21+ crowd), to the Biodôme, basilicas and great food. […]

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1. Trader Joe’s Oh Joe, I don’t know what I would do without you. You make off-brand seem like the best thing a product can be, and I appreciate your commitment to inexpensive food that doesn’t make me feel like I’m living in the Soviet bloc when I eat it. Everyone loves Trader Joe’s grocery. […]

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Let’s rewind to a few weeks ago, when we had that wonderful cold blizzard that forced Boston University to reward our hard work this semester with a snow day. If you’re like me, then you probably accomplished absolutely nothing that day besides a load or two of laundry and binge-watching an entire season of your […]

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I used to hate breakfast and never eat it. Now I love breakfast. Similarly, I used to hate “The Bachelor” and now I’m obsessed. Ever wonder what Vanessa, Rachel or Corinne would be as your favorite breakfast foods? Are you hungry? Are you wondering why you’re even reading this article? It’s all good — I […]

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Most people at Boston University have a vague memory of their guided tour. They walked a lot, didn’t pay attention during the spiel on the Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center and were very confused when shown the so-called BU Beach. I think it’s fair to say that the tour really only skims the surface of […]

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I don’t know much about the history, the evolutionary advantages or scientific data of sleep patterns to tell you about the pros and cons of being a night owl. I know we need eight-ish hours of sleep a night. And I know that many, many of us do not reach that goal. But ultimately, I […]

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3 unconventional ways to enjoy Boston University It’s really easy to fall into the BU Bubble and end up doing the same thing every day. A change of pace is not only fun, but also good for you. Winter becomes the perfect time to get lazy and feel unmotivated, but BU has the reputation of […]

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There is never a moment when I am not cold. I come from the South, where flip-flops can be heard slapping the sidewalks year-round, and the only thing shorter than the tiny chunk of the year considered to be “winter” is the length of the cutoffs worn during the months of December and January.  Boston […]

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