Blogs From Abroad: Art Hopping In London, Asli Aybar (COM’19, CAS’19)

If someone had told me study abroad classes in London would primarily consist of field trips around the city, I would have applied to the program a long time ago. When I got to the BU London campus, I didn’t expect my history class, a course focused on influential women in Britain from the 1600s to post-World War II, to involve us leaving the classroom so often. For nearly each session, I found myself in a plethora of galleries, museums, and libraries all the way from the neighborhood of…

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Saying au revoir isn’t easy

It’s hard to believe that in exactly 3 weeks, I will be boarding a plane and heading back home for the first time since June. I can’t deny that I miss my family, friends, hometowns (both Los Angeles and Boston), and the simple ease of living as a local. On…

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London’s Little Colombia

It was the typical London weather—grey, cold and rainy—and more than anything I was craving my Colombian food from home. To satisfy my craving I turned to every Millenial’s favorite problem solver, Google. As my friends shopped in Zara at Oxford Street I searched: Colombian restaurant London. I was given…

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