One of the best perks of going to college at Boston University — besides, you know, earning a prestigious degree, finding yourself and making friendships that will last a lifetime — is that you have access to countless stores and attractions in Boston that offer student discounts. Happy saving! Boston Red Sox Games You […]

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This semester will be my first and last time in Boston since I’m an exchange student from South Korea. I currently take a lot of courses in the Metropolitan College with lots of other international students. At first, it was hard to become friends and get along with them. After a few months, I learned […]

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West Campus is the home of Claflin, Sleeper and Rich halls and the notorious West dining hall. To most Boston University students, this is the closest you’ll get to a typical college campus. While it’s still on Commonwealth Avenue, it’s still a home away from home. If you’re a tad unlucky like me, you might […]

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The sun was shining, the birds were chirping, people were smiling and baseball was back on the grass at Fenway Park — it was a good day. After a winter from hell with over 100 inches of snow and many snow days, Monday was like a new world. Hoards of Boston Red Sox faithful fans […]

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As I sit huddled at my desk with the heat on and a hot cup of coffee next to me, it seems hard to believe that baseball season begins on Sunday, but it’s true. The Boston Red Sox open their season in Philadelphia on Monday afternoon. After reaching the pinnacle of the baseball world in […]

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If you told me in back in November or December of 2014 that the Boston Celtics had a shot at making the playoffs this year, I would have laughed at you. In November and December, the Celtics played 28 games, and they won 10 of them. They were dumping their star players and picking up […]

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A general sports column about everything from wins and loses to why sports is the best unscripted drama. In most parts of the country, the start of spring comes with the first flowers poking their heads up through the ground, or the first day you do not have to wear your parka to school. In […]

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