Where did the time go? How can this many months feel like a week or two? It is important to savor every college memory, but our brains can only recall so much detail.
This flavorful salad is made up of ingredients that hold up well in the fridge, so you can make a large batch to keep on hand and enjoy throughout the week. You can also make a small batch to enjoy on the spot, which I often do because of how simple and foolproof this dish truly is.
“He’s able to give us a perspective on foreign policy and foreign macroeconomics that we’re not used to learning about because we’re used to putting everything in our classes in terms of the United States,” McLaughlin said. “He’s a professor with a lot of knowledge and he has the experience. Everything he’s teaching is from lots of years in the field that some other professors may not have.”
Whether your go-to is the freezer section or you are ready to open a Michelin star restaurant, I hope these tips can help spice up your culinary skills and make your off-campus cooking experience a piece of cake.
“One day we were like, ‘Oh my god, the full moon—we should go and celebrate the full moon on Gasson Quad’ and that’s it,” Keller said.
If you’re like me, always looking for a new place to walk with friends or read on a park bench, look no further than this list of my favorite outdoor spaces in Boston.
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“In this weird twist of fate, out of something that was so evil and destructive, I got this glimpse into the really compassionate depths of humans,” Downes said. “It has supercharged me at times when I would otherwise have been really quite down and out. So I would love to find a way to bottle that all up and be able to give it to other people in their times of need as well.”
“I just remember my senior year, you know, obviously once we were all 21, I was able to get my bartending license and make cocktails for my girlfriends,” Fitzpatrick, BC ’17, said. “I thought, you know, it would be so great if I could just can this or bottle this and sell it but, but alas, you know, school got in the way.”
“I think the main thing I’ve noticed in talking to people about traveling to foreign countries is that sometimes it can be scary or isolating if you’re going on your own or in a smaller program,” he said. “So I kind of wanted to help ease that process because like I said before, I think travel is extremely important.”
The dining hall has almost all the ingredients I would use to make mac and cheese at home, so I figured I would be ambitious and give this recipe a go. It ended up working so well that I have added this dish to my weekly dorm dinner rotation, and I’m eager to share it with you!