Following the trend of my latest blogs, I will begin this one with another study abroad anecdote. Given that I’m away in London, my friends can attest to the fact that my Snapchat Stories have become increasingly annoying. Now that I’m based in a new city, albeit for a short period of time, I constantly […]

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Living in London for the past three months has confirmed my belief that their standard black taxis are part and parcel of the aura of this city. They are linked to the city’s image in a way that yellow cabs are associated with New York City. Surprisingly though, I never considered Boston’s variety of taxi […]

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Studying abroad in London has made it impossible to go a day without either talking about or hearing someone else talk about Brexit and its impending doom. Given that I’m on the Economics and Finance track, there is no escape from discussing Brexit and its impact not only on Britain but also on the rest […]

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Spring semester has begun and students are ready for a new start. However, we all know that one month later, with midterms and club commitments, stress levels will once again be at an all-time high. Even though I’m studying abroad in London, I’m still faced with tension arising from doing academic internships, obtaining a visa […]

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We’ve all watched the annual Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, and then we decided we were going to eat one meal a day or rabbit food until we achieved bodies like the Angels. The show successfully killed off any ounce of self-esteem we had left, using only one hour of airtime to show us what it […]

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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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Between driving on the opposite side of the road and the never-ending downpour, London living has turned out to be a bit different than BU living. Study abroad student Emma Purtell documents 10 major differences between the U.S. and our neighbor across the pond.  

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While meeting with youth British leaders Saturday in London, President Barack Obama provided unexpected commentary on the Black Lives Matter movement. “Black Lives Matter … has been really effective in bringing attention to problems,” Obama said. That effectiveness, however, stops there. The hashtag #BlackLivesMatter took social media sites by storm, dominating newsfeeds and spreading the […]

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Title: The Lucid twins dress Rihanna and your other favorites I’m not saying this is a Bill Gates or Mark Zuckerberg-type success story. The two boys I’m going to write about aren’t Harvard dropouts who have found unfathomable success. However, it is about two boys’ creativity and ambition that are putting them on the fashion […]

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