by Aneena Patel (SAR '17) and President of Kappa Delta Sorority Last winter,
During spring break last March, when many students were sunning themselves on beaches or catching up on sleep, Max Wallack traveled to Los Angeles to deliver a poster presentation at the American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry’s annual conference. His subject was the role of ACE inhibitors—a class of drugs used to treat cardiovascular disease—in preventing […]
The school year is beginning. RAs are on campus, Orientation is getting ready for Session 7, and Student Activities is training the students who will put on fantastic programs. Here are two quick notes for you to keep in mind as you return to campus. – Gender Neutral Housing – The University has approved a […]
Many people use taxis to stay safe when getting around Boston at night. Despite two attacks involving unlicensed taxis in Boston this summer, most taxis are still safe to take. Just make sure to keep the following in mind before you take a taxi: – Make sure it’s legit. Look for a taxi medallion and […]
Molly Rosner wasn’t around for pop art’s heyday in the 1950s and 1960s, but that hasn’t kept the 21-year-old artist and entrepreneur from letting the movement influence every iPhone case, glittery lighter, and canvas that she embellishes. Read the full story on Bostonia.
What will your room look like? What will you roommate be like? Will you like your classes? Will you pass your classes? Pause. College isn’t here yet. You have a whole summer! So, Class of 2017, we present to you: 17 things to do Before BU. 1. Take pictures. You will want to remember this! […]
We all know Bed Bath & Beyond has a college packing list. Sheets, extension cords, notebooks. The obvious essentials. But what about what Bed Bath & Beyond doesn’t include? The things that some people forget coming into freshman year? Don’t fear. We have you covered. All you need is a freshman fanny pack. Here are […]