The Pen Is Mightier wrote:Ha yeah, def a tough choice to make.
I just don't want anyone comparing the schools under the misconceptions that BU is in the slums of Allston or that the B line functions anything like a normal subway line.
If I were to end up at BC, I'd probably just suck it up and get a car. That also gives the benefit of driving into town on saturdays, parking anywhere, drinking my fill, leaving the car overnight and coming back in on sunday morning for brunch/car pickup. Love that move.
I think having a car is key. With a car, you can live just about anywhere and park at BC for $100 a year. I plan on living down beacon st near Kenmore square. Then you can enjoy the open, green campus of BC law during the days and have the T to play in the city on the weekend. Just be ready to compete with the vultures for the limited overnight resident parking in boston.