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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Fashion, like any other bad habit, comes at a price. With the surge of retro fashion that is dominating the runways, kids of our generation have learned how to hustle in innovative ways. A new fashion trend called “hypebeast” has even emerged from street fashion. Supreme, a skate clothing brand that originated in 1994 in […]

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About three weeks into the semester, homesickness hit me. The newness of college was wearing off, my workload was building up, and suddenly being away from my family didn’t hold the same appeal that it did in August. For a week I groaned and sulked and felt bad for myself, but eventually I got over […]

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Another long weekend is approaching, and instead of staying at home and sleeping for three days straight, here are some suggestions for where to go for Columbus Day Weekend.   If you like the city: New York Probably the most fashionable city in the world, New York City is only a four or five hour […]

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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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It’s been nearly one year since I began studying in Boston, and within this year, I experienced many different lifestyles. Boston gave me a first impression of a place with a bunch of smart people, and before that I didn’t know about Boston at all. The avid sports fans for the Red Sox as well […]

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Last Saturday my friend Sunny, who is a graduate student fulfilling her music education major, invited me to join her in a Samba band workshop that is held in the College of Fine Arts. For those of you who might not be aware, within the School of Music at CFA, there is a major that […]

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