Double Majoring: Worth the Effort or Waste of Time?

For many college students, the fear of finding a job after graduation begins during their freshman and sophomore years when they are trying to pick a major. A weak job market with limited employment options has some students looking …

BU Prof.’s Test Kitchen Makes the Grade

If you live in Student Village 2 (Stuvi2 for short) at Boston University, you can quickly rattle off the closest dining locations to the building. What you might not know is that on the 23rd floor of Stuvi2, healthy and fresh food is being prepared every Wednesday night.

Bed Bugs Resurface on Campus

Rob Zappulla knew something wasn’t right when earlier this fall his roommate’s small collection of extreme Frisbee battle scars started multiplying across his arm.

Transitioning From
Truck To Table

After months of hard work, Mei Mei is finally looking like a restaurant. Located in the Audubon Circle neighborhood of Fenway, near Boston University’s South Campus, the small, bright space is covered in exposed brick and a chalkboard menu.

Job-Winning Majors

Students are finishing their fall semesters and planning for their careers. A new study reveals which majors lead to the most jobs. BUTV’s Molly Koweek has the findings.

Microfilm Gets Micro Use

Microfilm, a traditional medium used by generations of students and other researchers is on the decline, including at Boston University where it’s mostly used by PhD students scrolling through obscure archived materials.

It’s Finals Time!

With finals fast approaching, BU students are hitting the books. BUTV 10’s Kendal Croutier caught up with some of them at BU’s Muger Library which provides 24 hour study space.

What About International Students On Thanksgiving?

For most of us, Thanksgiving means going home for the holidays. The dorms close, the campus– and the city– shuts down. But for many international students, traveling home for a four day weekend is simply too expensive, leaving them with few options. BU TV 10’s Peter Jasinski has more.