The Extinction of the Intrepid Student Journalist

With the rise of online national university publications focused on sharing short and witty entertainment pieces, student journalism is evolving into something entirely different from before.

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The Writing Barrier for Chinese International Students at a U.S. University

For Ziying Zhong, a student from Shenzhen, China, the most challenging aspect of her college education has been writing and

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How HER House Helps Women With Education and Community

Standing apart from the uniform-looking brownstones on Bay State Road, the red brick Harriet E. Richards (HER) House has opened its ornate

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Western Journalists Take on K-Pop Phenomenon

Korean pop culture has become a fixture in the United States via social media and viral YouTube videos. Now, K-Pop

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State Support Leads to Higher College Graduation Rates

  Melisha Budhathoki (CAS ’18), a student from Nepal and the first in her family to attend college in the United

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Achieving Socioeconomic Diversity at BU

Boston University is increasingly making strides in attaining both achievability and affordability for its low-income students, resulting in a highly diverse student

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The Rise of Fast-Fashion Stores in America’s College Town

On a Tuesday afternoon, customers could be found rifling through the colorful racks and shelves on all four floors of

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Low-Income Students at a Big, Expensive School

Boston University has a reputation of being an “expensive school,” along with other universities in its class like New York University,

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The Value of a Journalism Degree in the Digital Age

As the journalism industry adapts to the digital era — while newsrooms continue to shrink and print journalism becomes supplemental source to

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The Difficulty of Being in a Relationship in College

What’s true for relationships born out of dating books is true for college students: you have to love yourself before you

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