Tagged: Thanksgiving

Study-life balance, eventually

Breaks in law school are few and far between, and they come with lofty goals and (in my experience) a mix of disappointment and re-energizing. This long weekend, for the Thanksgiving break, my first priority was relaxing with family. We drove out to see my husband’s family on Thursday morning, and my in-laws visited our […]

Gradsgiving

Thanksgiving is a not an ideally situated holiday for law students. Finals are SOON, like less than 2 weeks away soon, and most people (myself included) have a very hard time compartmentalizing at this point in the semester. For me, it’s further complicated by the fact that I like 1000 miles away from my family. […]

Thanksgiving Break

Over the past few days, many BU Law students made the trip back to their hometowns to celebrate Thanksgiving with friends and family. For myself and many other 1Ls, Thanksgiving break was the first time back home since leaving for Boston in late August. For me at least, getting away from law school was just […]

Giving Thanks

It’s Thanksgiving.  It is a time for traveling, a time for enjoying a nice meal, and above all a time for giving thanks.  The streets of Boston may be empty, but soon enough many of us will gather around our televisions to watch as 77th Street and Central Park West in New York City come […]