When it’s 2 a.m., the party is dry, your crew is hungry and most of the restaurants are closed, it’s time to check out the best late night food spots on Commonwealth Avenue. Crossing the Bering Strait to your dorms after the BU Shuttle has stopped running will require some refueling, but luckily I’ve got […]

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It’s been nearly one year since I began studying in Boston, and within this year, I experienced many different lifestyles. Boston gave me a first impression of a place with a bunch of smart people, and before that I didn’t know about Boston at all. The avid sports fans for the Red Sox as well […]

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Allston is a popular place for students to eat since the area is home to various styles of Asian cuisines. There are also many students who live in this neighborhood. Within Allston, there are many types of different Asian restaurants, including cafés that serve bubble teas and puff pastries. However, this is about the Korean […]

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As we enter the final stretch of the academic year many of us prepare to head out of the city of Boston for the summer in search of summer jobs and internships. In your remaining time in the city, I would suggest that you take advantage of all the area has to offer. To save […]

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As a girl born and raised in Massachusetts, it’s safe to say that I’ve seen snowfall a day or two in my life. Some of my favorite memories are associated with snow. All throughout elementary, middle and high school, we would log onto a website that could predict whether or not there would be a […]

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Tucked away on the Boston-Brookline border is a small building hosting Boston University’s smallest undergraduate college, the School of Hospitality Administration. Affectionately known as SHA, this rarely-heard-of college is often overlooked and forgotten by the student body. However, SHA students have some pretty cool perks, classes and spaces that other Terriers don’t have. 1. They […]

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By Sabrina Katz, Staff Writer @sabrina_katz I knew that coming to a city like Boston for school would be a great opportunity to meet plenty of people my age, learn about a historical city and become independent from my parents. One thing that especially appealed to me was the idea of getting to see snow […]

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