Before coming to Boston, I knew the food was going to be amazing. I even bookmarked a ton of places I wanted to try on Yelp before coming to Boston University. However, you know a place has good food if Food Network takes the time to mention it. Between Guy Fieri, Bobby Flay and the […]

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Living in Boston gives inhabitants the unique opportunity to immerse themselves in a diverse environment. At every turn, there are countless restaurants with food from all over the world. However, at times, the dishes can get pricey. If you are on a tight budget, try checking out these six restaurants with tasty, yet affordable items. […]

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Whether you’re an avid coffee drinker or more of a tea person, you’re always looking for cute places to relax and get some work done. Sometimes you just want to find a café to take a cute Instagram picture or two, so here are 5 coffee shops you’ll definitely want to check out to boost […]

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As a Connecticut native I’ve been extremely fortunate to experience the wonder that comes with the yearly transition from summer to fall. Although I’m fully aware that my background makes me biased, I continue to defend the notion that New England boasts some of the most beautiful fall weather in the country, as the foliage […]

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By Brooke Jackson-Glidden, Staff Writer @bufoodist The North End: a tiny slice of Europe just a T ride away. You know it’s there, but the appeal of delivery and the unwillingness you have to get out of bed keep you from actually spending the $2 to visit Boston’s Little Italy. The North End is actually […]

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By Brooke Jackson-Glidden, Staff Writer @bufoodist We all love tasty treats, but as broke college students, a) we’re poor and/or can’t afford to go out to eat and b) we have no kitchen in our dorm room. Whoever allowed this contradiction to happen is some sort of sadist, but never fear! It’s time for… No […]

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By Brooke Jackson-Glidden, Staff Writer @bufoodist Welcome to BU, freshman and transfers. Orientation is behind you and you’re almost through your first week of classes; now that you’re (almost) in the swing of things, it’s time to address an age-old issue for college students around the world – avoiding the bubble. Part of going to […]

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