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 Adrienne Cytto, Staff Writer @acytto It’s hard to believe that four months have gone by and that my time in Sydney is almost over. Not everyone has the chance to say they student-taught and lived in Australia while in college, but BU has given me the opportunity to do so and it has been […]

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By Adrienne Cytto, Staff Writer @acytto A few weekends ago I traveled with a group of BU students to Port Stephens, a beautiful bay area three hours north of Sydney. We went on a guided day tour including a dolphin watching cruise and a trip to the sand dunes. Port Stephens and Nelson Bay were […]

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By Adrienne Cytto, Staff Writer @acytto Before I came to Australia, people told me to brush up on my politics and news because Australians are very interested in U.S. policy and at times may even know more than I would. I wouldn’t say this has been the case, but what has been most surprising is […]

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By Adrienne Cytto, Staff Writer @acytto In the beginning of the semester, we took a cruise around the harbor, where I first laid eyes on the Sydney Opera House. After dreaming of seeing the Opera House for years and even painting it on a canvas, I have to admit it was a little anticlimactic, maybe […]

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By Adrienne Cytto, Staff Writer @acytto This past weekend, I did a lot of reflecting on my time here so far and took the time to just step back and relax. Sometimes when you’re in a foreign city (or on any vacation, for that matter), you’re so busy going to all the sights, taking pictures […]

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By Adrienne Cytto, Staff Writer @acytto Back home, the leaves are changing colors and apple picking is in full swing. Fall is in Boston, but here in Sydney spring has finally arrived and the warm weather is here to stay. Now that it’s getting nice out, it’s the perfect opportunity to spend the weekends exploring the […]

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By Adrienne Cytto, Staff Writer @acytto  Okay, so I have been waiting to talk about my time student teaching at Claremont College for a long time now. What can I say? The school is absolutely amazing. Every day, 350 students from Kindy – Year 6 come in with their formal hats and blazers on and run […]

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By Adrienne Cytto, Staff Writer @acytto I have now been in Australia for two weeks, and I have loved every minute of it. I can finally say I made the right decision in choosing to study abroad in Australia – somewhere I have wanted to visit since my childhood. As a student in the School […]

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By Sofiya Mahdi, Staff Writer @SofiyaM218 I had not anticipated how much Sydney would get under my skin. Calling London home, going to school in Boston, spending the spring in Washington, D.C. and  having lived in Dubai and Geneva as well, I figured I was a professional at diving headfirst into the unknown and being […]

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