By Sophia Yakumithis I prepared a loaf of bread during a seminar class on Monday because I had the camera turned off. And I can do what I want now that my governor put all of us under house arrest.  It’s terrible, though, that I now feel such a sense of autonomy over not just […]

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By Shaun Robinson I think the first time I realized how the coronavirus might change my study abroad experience in London this spring was when I went to a Brexit celebration.  It was, in fact, the Brexit celebration, organized and headlined by the Brexit politician, Nigel Farage, on the night of the United Kingdom’s departure […]

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By Michelle Lu Tian Remember when we said to ourselves that 2020 was going to be our year? Well, was I right?  We rang in this new year with the Australian bushfires, then thought there was going to be a World War III. Next, a legendary athlete and his daughter passed away. But now? COVID-19, […]

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By Sophia Yakumithis I’m fine. No, I’m not. But I am. But I’m not. I was expecting for us to go remote for the rest of the year since this all started going worse. In fact, I think I was more surprised about President Brown’s original decision to delay the verdict until the beginning of […]

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By Aasha Amber Bhatnagar Boston University has recently become “Zoom University.”  The Terriers are now the “Quaran-terriers,” we can show up to “class” wearing whatever we want and we can tune into lectures live from our beds. As someone from the West Coast, my 8 a.m.’s have recently become 5 a.m.’s, and the last thing […]

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By Aasha Amber Bhatnagar Staying in shape in college presents a challenge for most students.  Between cramming for midterms, turning in last-minute assignments before spring break and balancing a social life, going to the gym can feel like a monumental feat sometimes — especially for those of us at Boston University who don’t live on […]

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By Autumn Moon I’ve always been the kind of person who tries to do it all.  In high school, I was in clubs, played a sport, cared a lot about my grades and still regularly went out with friends and family. Coming to college, I wanted to maintain the way I had done things before. […]

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By Michelle Lu Tian  I started writing this piece the night before its deadline. I had the entire week, but I decided to put it off until today when I have heaps of homework waiting ahead of me.  This is procrastination at its finest.  I love procrastinating. It’s probably the only thing I’m a master […]

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