By Stacy Schoonover, Staff Writer @stacyscootover With the spring semester going so fast, summer plans are in the back of our minds. Want to get a head start on summer preparation? Finding a storage company for all your college belongings is a great way to start. Below are some of the most commonly used services by […]

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By Stacy Schoonover, Staff Writer @stacyscootover A full-time faculty count of 2,628 and a student body of 29,978 people can be overwhelming to the average student. With so many faces to know at Boston University, sometimes its not as easy to get to know who our teachers are beyond what they teach in the classroom. However, […]

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By Amy Gorel, Staff Writer Chugging a coffee during the last five minutes of lecture, distractedly checking social media, my foot is tapping on the ground and I’m hoping that the professor lets us out early. He gloriously says, “Okay, any more questions?” Sweet. I’m out of here. Going to print out that paper due […]

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By Samantha Wong, Blog Editor @samzwong There is a distinct difference between enjoying a class and merely going just to go. Students have this tell, this look, that shows that they have to go to class and are about to endure what will feel like an eternity (i.e., an hour or an hour and thirty […]

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By Amy Gorel, Staff Writer Though everyone has different opinions about what needs to be updated or renovated on campus, many students don’t realize the extensive planning that goes into each of the changes we see popping up. Extensive research and bureaucratic processes go into deciding what new buildings to build, what areas need renovation, […]

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By Amy Gorel, Staff Writer After the long summer, the first question out of your professors’ and your classmates’ mouths is  probably going to be along the lines of, “So what did you do this summer?” While some are probably unconcerned with what you did and others can hardly wait to tell you about the […]

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By Heather Hamacek, Staff Writer @HeatherHamacek Cupcakes are delicious; there is no denying that.  Probably because they’re miniature cakes! Everything tastes better when it is miniature. Treat Cupcake Bar, which recently opened a location in Chestnut Hill, knew exactly how to take a cupcake shop to the next level.  The customer becomes part of the […]

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By Heather Hamacek, Staff Writer What is one to expect from an event called Condom Couture?  Well, condoms for one, and fashion for another.  Boston University’s chapter of Face Aids, an organization that helps fight HIV/AIDs in Africa and advocates for safe sex held the university’s first Condom Couture last Thursday night. The event worked […]

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By Samantha Wong, Staff Writer @saaaamwong With one glance, Match Public Charter High School seems to be an everyday high school: teenagers filtering in and out of the school for lunch and later crowding the T when five o’clock rolls around. What is not initially recognized is the hard work that is put into the […]

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By Samantha Wong, Staff Writer @saaaamwong Most muggles ­do not have magic on the brain. ‘Muggle’ is the term J.K. Rowling uses to describe non-magical folk within the Harry Potter series. Of course, according to Rowling, most muggles don’t think about magic because they have already refused to accept that it even exists. However, the Harry […]

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