Monthly Archives: November 2012

Don’t Judge Me, Stranger

As a graduate student, I find a pretty consistent need to get myself out of my own element.  Put simply: I can’t work at home.  There’re too many distractions.  Why in the world would I ever write a script when I could just as easily go a few days on Minecraft or catch up on […]

Meet Rucker Manley

The Art of Giving (or, “What I Did on My Thanksgiving Vacation”) Once a year, I throw a party.  Now, I can’t tell you what kind of party it is, but it’s Beersgiving, and you, prospective graduate student, are invited.  Except next year, it’s in Los Angeles. So here’s how it goes.  Fellow screenwriter Chris […]

Meet Kendal Peirce

My third and final semester is drawing to a close and I find myself looking back on the past year and a half. It’s amazing how fast this program goes by. One minute I was introducing myself to my new peers, the next we are holed up in someone’s apartment cramming for our final comprehensive […]

Meet Andy Bunker

Hello prospective Boston University students. My name is Andy Bunker, and I am a current broadcast journalism graduate student at BU. This blog is designed to give you an inside look at the school through the eyes and words of someone who is going through the program. We are constantly working on interesting projects, covering […]

Meet Kendall Salter

I had never seen Boston University. Never set foot in the classroom. Never seen the city. Never met a professor or sat in on a class. I had no idea what to expect. This is part of the reason I decided to come to the College of Communication in the first place. The adventure was […]