Posts by: ksull

St. Paddy’s Day in Boston!

St. Paddy’s day is arguably one of the most celebrated days in Boston, and now that you’ve had some time to catch up on your studies over spring break, you deserve to join in on the festivities! Southie Parade The South Boston St. Patrick’s Day Parade is a Boston tradition, but it does tend to […]

Valentine’s Day Celebrations

Valentine’s Day is upon us, and the people of Boston have created an array of hilarious and fun events to celebrate all the different kinds of love in your life. Soothe the Soul Create a handmade heart for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital at West Elm’s Craft a Work of Heart .The store will be […]

Happy Holidays!

From all of us in the Student Affairs Office, we congratulate you on finishing exams and wish you a very happy holiday break! Below are a few things to look out for over intersession and in the first few weeks of classes: The Registrar’s Office is planning to release fall grades by 5:00 p.m. on […]

Celebrating the Holidays in Boston

The holiday season is officially upon us, and there are plenty of opportunities to celebrate across the city and beyond! Hanukkah, Thanksgiving & Thanksgivukkah This year, Hanukkah and Thanksgiving fall on the same day for the first time in over a hundred years, spawning the superpower hybrid holiday Thanksgivukkah. Celebrate either or both at one […]

Tips for New Bostonians

– When you’re taking the T, “Inbound” means heading towards the Park Street stop, and “Outbound” means heading away from it. – The South End and South Boston are two different neighborhoods. – You’ve probably already noticed that our public transportation doesn’t always run like clockwork. Happily, there are a number of apps to help you navigate the scheduling […]

Enjoying Boston on a Budget

 Free time may seem like the white unicorn of law school, but it’s important to take a minute away from the memos and briefs to relax and recharge. If you’re looking for fun things to do around the city that won’t break the bank, here are a few tips and ideas that are student-budget-friendly.   […]