Food-wise, there is more to the city than the Warren Towers dining hall and CampCo fruit salads. Here, we raise a glass (of the finest Tavern in the Square drinkables, of course) to the best our little Back Bay neighborhood has to offer – from burgers to salads. Next week, we’ll look at some other […]
Boston University has dedicated many resources to promoting sustainability on campus in recent years, especially in dining halls where environmentally conscious food choices have become a daily option. This year, BU has expanded its sustainability efforts, from offering more local and organic produce in the dining halls to expanding compost and recycling options in the […]
Sure, many Boston University students rely completely on a part-time job or a work-study position to land a few bucks – but many others have chosen to get crafty.
As Republican Mitt Romney tours the country in an effort to muster support for a second presidential bid, the former Massachusetts governor is presenting himself this time around as an executive, fluent and experienced in economic matters, ready and able to take control of what he has called “the largest enterprise in the world.”
With internship application deadlines approaching fast, ‘tis the season to sacrifice lazy Sunday activities for the Boston University CareerLink. But while students clamor for highly competitive spots in their field of choice, government officials have been investigating the value and legality of unpaid internships. For an unpaid internship to be legal, training needs to be […]