The Hyatt’s lights are a sort of aquamarine color tonight, the sort of aquamarine that makes a man question why he’d use the word aquamarine instead of just saying green. Maybe it’s because I’m in college now: I’m an intellectual now.
Just days after Boston University’s Student Village II garnered extensive media attention for its unprecedented amenities in a university dormitory, BU residents have yet to consider more housing news.
As universities around the nation ready themselves for a possible rise in H1N1 virus outbreaks on campus, members of college communities must make the contentious decision of where to draw the line between preparedness and panic.
I’m not going to lie ‘- the first week of classes was rough. Like sandpaper, or your boyfriend’s ironic facial hair. Even before the first syllabus landed on my desk, I could feel the neurons in my brain spontaneously combusting. I was as nervous as a freshman again.
News of the probable closing of the United States Post Office in the basement of the George Sherman Union raises questions of cause and effect. In an effort to rework an outstanding deficit, the USPS is closing branches all over the greater Boston area ‘- nine in total ‘- many of which are on college campuses.