As a high schooler, I was so excited to choose my own classes once I got into college. I was ready to take classes that I was actually interested in, and where I might actually enjoy challenging assignments (looking at you, AP Biology). I got my first taste of this phenomenon known as registration during […]

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  Just about everyone I know dreads lugging their laundry down to the basement of whatever building they live in to pay for something they don’t want to do anyway. I even know some people who live in Massachusetts that just drive home instead and have their parents do it for them, which seems pretty […]

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When I first joined Boston University as an economics major, I didn’t think my curriculum would deviate too much from the traditional macroeconomics classes and the preset business school syllabus. However, the College of Arts and Sciences’ focus on integrating divisional studies and liberal arts into every student’s four years at BU ensured that I […]

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We all miss our dogs sometimes. Even people who don’t own dogs jump at the chance to hang out with some. When I first got to Boston, I realized there are a few spots with particularly high dog populations where you can hang out with them after class. Here are the top spots around Boston to […]

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This weekend I took a big step in becoming a true Boston University student: I went to my first hockey game. As a Miami native, hockey was a foreign concept to me, much like snowfall — donning L.L. Bean boots and wearing more than two layers at a time. I had never actually seen a […]

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After a little over a month at Boston University, I, like many others, have developed a sense of invincibility when it comes to crossing the infamous Commonwealth Avenue. Comm Ave., the ultimate inconvenience to anyone running late to class, is an essential part of what gives BU the atmosphere of being immersed in a city. […]

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Once you’ve spent a good amount of time on campus, you’ll probably notice that almost everyone has stickers on their laptops. The types of stickers, the themes and the way they are thrown on the computer can say a lot about a person. Here’s some of my professional* insight on what your laptop stickers say […]

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Stars Hollow, Central Perk and Constance Billard School for Girls are fictional places created for some of our favorite characters in shows that take place in the northeast. Most of the scenes from “Gilmore Girls,” “Friends” and “Gossip Girl” were filmed in Los Angeles studios, but here are some iconic spots are only hours from […]

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Since the rise of Facebook, social media has played a critical role in not only the daily lives of millennials, but it has also played a critical role in politics. Mark Zuckerberg posted in June that Facebook now has 2 billion members. That amounts to about 27 percent of the world’s population. With those kinds […]

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