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 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 Autumn Moon I never thought that I’d be someone who participated in Greek life.  Throughout high school, my friends expressed their excitement at the idea of joining a sorority or fraternity where they imagined making life-long friends, fulfilling philanthropic goals and having busy social lives. I never envisioned myself joining that community. Everything I […]

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By Katrina Liu It’s safe to say that a place like Boston is not for the weak-minded, especially as a student at Boston University. With a rich historical background and many successful companies in the area, it’s a city of modern evolution and progressive thinking.  Boston seems like a city that rarely sleeps, and as […]

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By Aasha Amber Bhatnagar Sorority recruitment is something I’ve looked forward to since high school. The lifelong friendships and philanthropy are what I’ve always imagined that being in a sorority would represent. The two-weekend-long process this year meant a lot of waiting. Turns out, though, recruitment went by in a flash — though the process […]

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