Any type of leather accesory you could look for, plus reading and office "accesories" can be found here. They are a bit pricey, but their products are very well worth the price. Beautiful colors as well.
This is more than a paper store. When you walk in, you immediately want to pick everything up at look at it. Though it's a little pricey, you can find everything from classic stationary to elaborate wedding annoucements and invitations.
Yet, they seem to be tailoring to size 4s or lower! They never fail to have a beautifuly large selection of colorful shoes that are both fun and sexy. The best part is that their warehouse store on Comm. Ave has cheaper prices than the other location! They are somehwhat of a "chain" store, although they are only located in Massachusetts and Conecticut, which makes them sort of a local girl's favorite!
What good is a student discount, when the prices are so marked up that they still end up charing you more than a normal computer store after the discount is taken into consideration? They have a mediocre selection of comptuer products, and definitely favor Dell more than anything else. IF you want the same computer and speakers as 85% of the kids on campus, go to this store. If you're looking for individuality, avoid at all cost!
I know many people that attend this gym, especially students that like to take advantage of their special offers for people our age. The biggest pro for this gym is its women only policy. You would be surprised how much easier it is to focus on your work out when there are no men around to impress!!
The admission price is pretty expensive, as are the food prices in the restaurant, but this is to be expected with a world class museum. Beyond fascinating are the asian arts and egyptian artifacts. This museum has such an extensive impressionist collection, that the entire Monet exhibit was uprooted to Las Vegas and featured in the Bellagio art gallery for almost a year. Spectacular! The best part? It is free for students any day of the week!
The great thing about greyhound in boston, is that you can get to NYC for only 15 dollars each way. (There are even buses that leave directly from the Boston University Campus for those people who dont want to travel all the way to South Station). Unfortunately, because there is such a high demand for those tickets to NYC, Greyhound has a policy that when the buses are full, the buses leave. This means that your 4:00 ticket might not get you on a bus until 5:00 if there are a lot of people in line ahead of you; even if their tickets are for a later time.
This arena is absolutely amazing; very state-of-the-art. It features family, concert, and exhibition events that are all open to the public. Tickets are easily purchased on TicketMaster, and there is lots of parking available! Beautiful arena with jumbotrons, scrolling messages, and plenty of seating.
I love this library. Although it's Boston University affiliated, it is open to the public as well for browsing. You can always find a quiet, comfortable corner, especially in the basement. Believe it or not, they have a better selection of books than the Boston Public Library!
The drinks here are not too expensive, and they often forget to card under 21's. They have a very large selection of Tequilas, but their food is not as impressive as everyone makes it seem. A very laid back atomosphere with friendly wait-staff though!