By Khadijah Khogeer When I finally got my driver’s license my sophomore year of college after years of putting it off, I was really excited to be able to start driving around the city. What I’ve since realized, however, is that passing the driver’s test does not prepare you for Boston’s notorious driving experience.  Here […]

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By Michelle Tian “Live life to the fullest because it only happens once.” This is a quote we’ve probably heard too many times, and one that we’re most likely sick of — rightfully so. But what if, in some alternate universe, we did live more than once? What if we had nine lives?  I often […]

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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 Sophia Yakumithis My not-so guilty pleasure is“The Real Housewives” franchise. When I was in elementary school, my mom had cancer. Today, we joke that the worst aspect of her illness was that while she was bedridden, she became severely addicted to reality TV franchise “The Real Housewives.” While the frequent “beep” of cable censorship […]

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By: Kami Rieck   It’s the most wonderful time of the year — bustling Terriers return to Commonwealth Avenue, darties are hosted in honor of Labor Day weekend and the stress of school has not begun. Syllabus week is the one week of the semester where a majority of the student body has not yet […]

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  Do you ever feel like you haven’t actually explored the city you’re living in? I know that since I’ve been at BU, my time spent traversing Boston itself has been minimal. One of my New Year’s resolutions this year was to change this. In particular, I decided I wanted to start exploring museums. From […]

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  Being from New York City, I’ve never had a shortage of things to do or places to go.  There are countless museums, ranging from high-profile ones like the Met or the Museum of Natural History to more obscure, niche sites. One example of the latter is the Museum of Sex.         Sex is a […]

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In college, it seems like it’s nearly impossible to take a trip or vacation with your own money. Getting away can seem like a distant dream, but it’s actually very doable. This past weekend I took a weekend trip to New York City and, miraculously, didn’t drop an unreasonable amount of money. In this short […]

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