Category: In the Community

Rely on Good Sources

Something I’ve learned in my writing class is the importance of relying on good sources, in many instances case law that has had a positive progeny, in order to have a successful paper. Recently, however, I’ve found myself heavily relying on a different type of good sources: sources of stability that provide me with the […]

Boston is for the Birds

As I made the long drive from Seattle to Boston on my way to BU Law, I picked up a birding guidebook so I could try and figure out what kinds of avian life I would see on the trip across the country. One thing I quickly learned is that bird watching is harder than […]

Across the River: Harvard Square

Exploring Boston is something I’m determined to do more. When I was younger we would come into the city for a specific purpose. As I’ve gotten older and started coming into the city more on my own, I’ve slowly explored new areas. There is SO much to see in Boston and each area has such […]

Snow Day!

Today my fellow Terriers awoke to this delightful bit of news: “EMERGENCY BU ALERT: Boston University’s Charles River Campus is cancelling daytime and evening classes on Thursday, February 9, 2017 as of 6:00 AM. All academic and administrative activities (e.g. classes, seminars, student activities and meetings) that are scheduled to take place are cancelled. Academic […]

BU Law: A Study in Character

Take a look at any law school admissions website and you’ll see a myriad of metrics by which law schools are compared: student demographics, employment and bar passage rates, distinguished faculty and alumni, unique program offerings—the list goes on. And yet, perhaps the most important feature of a law school is the one factor that […]