1. I say everything wrong. Apparently my major is not called “Anglish” and line is not pronounced “lawn.” I didn’t think I had an accent — I was raised by two native Ohioans — but ever since coming to Boston University, I’ve become increasingly aware that I have an accent that could be placed in […]

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Nowadays more and more campus tours are rushing through Boston University, which is a sign that BU will soon welcome its Class of 2021. Every time I pass by Marsh Plaza and see people gather around, it reminds me that my freshmen year is coming to an end. I have discovered so many interesting places to […]

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My dearest Late Night Kitchen, I don’t normally do this kind of thing. It’s kind of embarrassing actually, but I feel as though it is time for me to confess my true feelings to you. I believe that you probably have had an inkling of the fact that I like you. You might have noticed […]

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With spring semester starting, students are already heading to the library to study, and the transition from holiday break to homework and tests is stressful enough as it is. While academics are definitely stress-inducing, getting your lunch or daily dose of caffeine does not. Here are a few pieces of advice about eating at BU […]

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We all need a little spoiling sometimes. But with such busy schedules and tight budgets, we all know it’s not that easy. Lucky for you, I’ve compiled five awesome things to do at Boston University that won’t take too much time out of your day or break the bank. Instead, these will just make your […]

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As someone who moved to Boston this year from North Carolina, I am now a self-declared expert on the differences between the South and the North. I can now pinpoint specific differences between the two cultures not typically visible to the average New England eye. Here’s a handful of them: 1. Boston has aggressively bad […]

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By Kimberly Rendon, Spotlight Editor @kimi_rendon_22 One of the beauties of living in a dorm room with a meal plan is never worrying about where your next meal is coming from. The dining halls – no matter how much we might complain about them sometimes – can be lifesavers. You just have to slide that […]

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By Maya Devereaux,  Staff Writer @MayaD93 At this time last year, the site of 100 Bay State Road was nothing but a lifeless construction site. Now, a little over one month since its highly anticipated opening, Boston University’s Marciano Commons is in full swing and services bustling students and faculty alike. The gleaming complex boasts […]

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