Category: Social Life/Boston

Surviving Boston Winter 101

As a born and raised New Englander, I feel like I should share some ways to get through the (mostly brutal) Boston winters without losing too much body heat, fingers to frostbite, or sanity. I’ve compiled a list of things I think are absolutely essential to surviving the “Artic-tundra-then-monsoon-then-fifty-and-sunny-in-one-week” day to day life in New […]

Five Reasons to Love Boston

I’ve been living in Boston for almost six months now and thought what better time to round up some of the things that I love most about Boston so far. I moved here after living in New York City for five years and although there are obviously things that I still love and miss about […]

Being a BU Student (Not Just a Law Student)

As an undergraduate the campus of my small liberal arts school was 384 fenced in acres of green grass dotted with brick buildings. Almost everybody lived on campus, my farthest walk to class was 12 minutes, and social life was more or less contained within the upperclassmen dorms or friends’ rooms. Though Boston University is […]

Coolidge Corner

When I moved to Boston this year it was a big jump due to the fact that it’s my first time living in the city. I had visited Boston hundreds of times before, as I’m from a suburban town in Northern Massachusetts, and I generally knew my way around all the big areas: North End, […]

Third Time’s the Charm

I realize that, at least for me, law school is one big circle and routinely saying “I can’t believe it’s that time of the year again.” And, for the sake of carrying on tradition, here it is: I can’t believe it’s finals time of the year again. But whether you believe it or not, the […]