Monthly Archives: April 2014

Diversity News Roundup-Student Spolight

As the semester comes to an end, I wanted to give the opportunity to share the voice of a student member of the BU Law community. Peter Alvarez is a graduating 3L. Peter and I have worked closely on several events and initiatives. Here Peter reflects on his time at BU Law: I came to […]

Where to Study – Spring 2014

As classes wind down and reading period begins, I thought you might appreciate a list of tried and true study spots on and around the BU Law campus.  Whether you prefer perfect silence or crave noise and access to a constant caffeine drip, you’ll find some great options on the list below: In the Law […]

Boston Strong: A City Reflects One Year after the Marathon Bombing

Many people in and around Boston are using this year’s running of the Boston Marathon to reflect on the Marathon Bombing and the events in its wake.  While there was immeasurable loss when the bombs exploded, the anniversary also calls us to celebrate the many good things that came from a tragic situation.  Here are some […]