Going Out Into Boston | Campus Tour 2019
Virtual Tours by Students
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So I have to say the absolute best part about living in view is that I live in the city of Boston. It's the reason that I chose the school, and it's amazing how close so many great parts of the city are to our campus. Kenmore Square, Allston, Brighton, Brookline are all selling points for the university. It's very touristy, but there's a lot of places with great history, like the Paul Revere House in the North End. You can walk the Freedom Trail through the city state house. There's a lot of really important government buildings downtown. The Commons, which is right in the center of downtown Boston, has hosted many rallies, including the women's march. There was pride through their heart for people to study in their meat. A lot of places that students will pick is a hub for social time as well. A studying time Allston Brighton are where a lot of students live off campus. The housing is a little more affordable, but there's also a ton of good food, especially Korean food right near campus in Austin. There's a few music venues, like Great Scott and Paradise Rock Club and Write Music Hall, of which I've been to and are really fun. My internship is up there, and I didn't realize that in Lower Austin, there's a ton of video production groups, which is really good to know if you know the future of I plan to stay in here work. Of course, Cambridge is just north of us, which is a great place for shopping as well. Um, you know, Harvard and MIT. You could visit those really beautiful campus is it's a little quieter than the city of Boston That's still a hub for students. Coolidge Corner is a neighborhood that's just south of West Campus, and it's got a great shopping Is a really nice old movie theater? Um, it's, you know, a really nice residential area as well as a lot of good food. It's really cute, and I have a lot of nice parks there, too. Of course, Kenmore Square's right near US, which leads directly to the Prudential Building in Newbury Street for great shopping as well as Boylston. Um, and then we also have Fenway Park right near us, which is obviously really fun for sports games. As I'm sitting here reporting this, there are Red Sox fans walking by. Um, it's always busy, not just with student life, but also with just Boston life fans coming from all over to see the sports games. There's just a ton of activity in the city all the time.