Before coming to Boston, I knew the food was going to be amazing. I even bookmarked a ton of places I wanted to try on Yelp before coming to Boston University. However, you know a place has good food if Food Network takes the time to mention it. Between Guy Fieri, Bobby Flay and the […]

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As an international student I get asked a lot what the biggest difference is between my home country, Switzerland, and the United States. Although I have noticed many things are different than what I am accustomed to, I am always amazed at the sight of the sizable bright red apples in the Boston University dining […]

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Earlier in 2015, news broke that Greece could potentially be leaving the European Union, colloquially called the “Grexit,” or the Greek exit from the Eurozone. This was astonishing for many reasons: it would be the first country to leave the EU since its founding in 1993, and the announcement came soon after Greece’s economic and […]

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By Tom Ford, Daily Free Press Contributor In the second Presidential debate of 2012, a town hall-format discussion at Hofstra University in New York, a discussion of the economy led Governor Romney to claim that our current economic track is akin to that of the failing European Union. Greece faces an enormous debt crisis, which […]

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