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Points of Departure: The Briefest of Moments

Davide Nardi

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In the video above, Davide Nardi (CAS’11) talks about how BU gave him the chance to meet so many people. Photo by Melody Komyerov

It’s almost impossible for Davide Nardi to walk down Comm Ave and not run in to someone he knows.

“I’ve grown up here all my life,” says the Boston native. “So I had to make my time at BU different. I got that by meeting so many people.”

Nardi has been a jack-of-all-trades around the BU Today offices for the past four years, and the staff has watched him blossom from a typical, somewhat uncertain freshman with an interest in journalism to a thoroughly outgoing adult whose anthropology major seems to be a perfect fit.

“My parents are from a small town in Italy, where everybody knows everybody,” he says. “So I’ve always had that mentality that if I know someone, I’m going to say hi to them.”

Alan Wong can be reached at alanwong@bu.edu.

Additional editing by Chris Maggio.

4 Comments

4 Comments on Points of Departure: The Briefest of Moments

  • Maria falci on 05.13.2011 at 8:03 am

    Very Good Davide, I’m sure you are going to meet a lot of good people in your life. Congratulations.

  • Terry Everson on 05.13.2011 at 9:36 am

    Remembering our interview

    I remember fondly the interview you did with me for BU Today on the trumpet competition in 2008, Davide – you conducted yourself so well, made me feel at ease, and put together quite a nice feature. Congratulations on finishing your degree, and I wish you the very best in your career!

  • Nikki on 05.13.2011 at 10:22 am

    Congrats on graduating Davide! We’re going to miss you in the office! Have a blast being an adult!!

  • Anonymous on 05.13.2011 at 12:00 pm

    Don't leave!

    Davide, we’re going to miss you. Please come back to visit.

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