As fall approaches, so do many fun events around Boston. More detailed descriptions can also be found on their Facebook event pages.   2017 FluffCentennial Festival: Marshmallow Fluff was invented in Somerville 100 years ago as of 2017. If you love this peanut butter companion, check out the Fluff Festival on Sept. 23 between 3 […]

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The leaves are changing, it’s going to be cooler out pretty soon and the aroma of fall is in the air. As the seasons turn, many fun events come up and friends everywhere are off taking cute pictures around Boston. In my opinion, the most underrated fall activity is apple picking, and here’s why. The […]

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After arriving on campus, you may notice in between the hustle and bustle of classes that a lot of complaints seem to be flying around. While some of them are aimed at the Boston University in general, most students complain about their individual colleges. Here’s what a college admissions recruiter would tell students about the […]

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While at school it’s pretty easy to lose track of what you actually need to do, what you want to do and what you should do. Time management seems like a given, but it can be harder than you think. Do: put yourself first Everyone’s doing a lot of different things, but none of it […]

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As a returning sophomore looking back on last year, it’s pretty apparent the biggest selling point of Boston University, and the biggest obstacle, was Boston itself. The city is amazing and beautiful, but arriving at school not knowing many people in a big city can get a little overwhelming. Staying on track with school, making […]

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The year is winding down, and while it may be exciting to get done with finals, it’s still sad to say goodbye to your home. Boston University has provided us with so many opportunities to study, explore Boston and make meaningful friendships. It wouldn’t be right to leave without saying goodbye. Here are the 6 […]

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Boston University offers a variety of different colleges for everyone. However, these schools do not come without stereotypes and the best way to address stereotypes is to talk about them through food. Here are what some colleges at BU would be if they were food. College of Communication A souffle. The College of Communication may […]

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Between politics, tragedy and the overall current climate of recent news, it can be easy to forget some of the happy things that happen every day. After scouting the news, here are the top five mood-brightening headlines from this month so far: 1. Stephen Curry, basketball superstar, and James Corden sing and play games on “The Late […]

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With finals season coming around, work tends to pile up and it can be hard to stay focused at all times. Sometimes not studying can be a good thing, especially when you need to clear your head or get other things done. Procrastination doesn’t have to be a bad thing if you do it right, […]

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