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35 Tuesdays, 35 Terriers, 35 Inspiring Pieces of Advice | Hey BU Blog

This year, the Instagram series #TerrierTuesdays featured inspiring students and their journeys at BU. Each of these dogs took to BU Instagram for a day to share their experiences about getting to BU, where they are today, and their aspirations for the future. They took us with us for a day in their lives, shared their passions and hobbies, and connected with fellow students who joined us to ask questions and follow the journey. While every story is different, every student is asked the same question: “What advice would you give your fellow dogs?” Take a look at their words of wisdom below.

Justin Tang (Questrom’23)

“Rome was not built in a day. Remember that no one is perfect and you always have space – and time! – to grow. Push yourself to be the best person you can be, and just you. Be you!”

Joshua Diamond (CAS’22)

“Happiness is cultivated. Consistent pursuit rather than a state of mind or existence. Trust the process that makes you feel who you are. And be yourself. People respect authenticity.”

Lily Heller (Wheelock’22)

“If you believe in yourself, anything is possible.”

Jasmine Gray (COM’23)

“It’s always a good idea to say no. Setting boundaries can be difficult sometimes, I know. But, as long as you grow and find what is important to you, it is okay to decline and prioritize your well-being! Your friends will understand and your score will thank you!”

Leah Namouni (Pardee’23)

“Push yourself to join organizations you know will provide you with community and experience. Talk to your professors about your interests! They will likely have great advice about what you should study and career and research paths to pursue. Most importantly, know that you have the strength, even when you College student, in having a voice!”

Yashika Kataria (CAS’22)

“You don’t have to figure out everything in the first month. Things will take time and you’ll feel like the world is falling apart and you have no idea what you’re doing, but you’ll get the hang of it. I can’t promise things get less chaotic as the years go by, but you have enough to deal with each Whatever comes your way.”

Sydney Stegs (Pardee’23)

“Give yourself permission to rest. Struggle. It can be easy to get caught up in work and study and push yourself to do a million things. While motivation and a work ethic are very important, taking time for yourself is very unimportant and absolutely necessary for a healthy life balance!”

Amber Bhatnagar (COM’22)

“Allowing yourself to try new things even if you fail is what will allow you to grow and thrive as a person. Also, don’t be afraid to change your mind. There is a huge stigma behind changing your mind or quitting smoking, but I think changing your mind and doing something you are really passionate about will make you stronger.” “.

Tema Desouky (CAS’22)

Don’t be afraid to achieve your dreams. Set your sights on something and go for it. Don’t dream too big. Many people miss out on opportunities in a lifetime because they don’t think they can. You are the only person stopping yourself from reaching your highest potential! “

Gisele Godwin Mehta (COM’22)

“Prioritize building real connections with the people you interact with on campus. The friendships and relationships that you develop will enlighten the happy times and move you steadily through the bad times to experience the university. Take part in the activities you love, introduce yourself to people you find interesting, and say hello to the person sitting next to you In class – you’ll find the people you’re dealing with!”

Kelsey Materano (COM’23)

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“Don’t be afraid to venture outside your comfort zone. Moving in a new city and making new friends can be a bit overwhelming quickly. I think feeling uncertain sometimes is normal and that’s okay. You’ll only learn what you can really do when Really push yourself into what you’re used to.”

Evan Laufman (COM’24)

“Coming to live alone for the first time can be very intimidating. Whatever happens, just know that you are not alone. BU is a huge community, and no matter where you go, you will always be able to find people who can make you feel accepted, loved and understood – I promise you !”

Matthias Latorre (Sargent’23)

“Let college change you. Whether it’s adopting a new hobby, changing your identity, or becoming one of the many sudden omens of existentialism, the ever-changing world around us requires a reassessment of our self, so why not let it be.”

Aimee Maine (com 22)

“Remember that nothing is permanent. A roommate situation or difficult separation will pass and better things will come. Take time to relax, enjoy as much as you can, and be grateful for this unique period of your life.”

Prisha Soojin Kumar (Sargent’22)

“People will tell you that you are asking too much or that you are too emotional, but don’t be afraid to seek support and demand what you deserve. The world is so much bigger than Boston, and you will be able to create spaces where you are safe and happy because of what you have learned in your time here. Sometimes you may feel lonely, But you are part of a community full of good and smart students who will always be on your side.”

Kendall Lowe (CAS’22)

“Do your best to get out of your comfort zone whenever you can. You will be amazed at the results!”

Mira Dakal (com 22)

“It’s never too late to try something new! Don’t be afraid to learn the instrument you’ve always wanted to play, or take the dance class you’ve been looking forward to. During my time at Boston University, I tried many things that I hadn’t had the chance before, And I’m so glad I did!”

Nat Hetman – Bastoni (ENG’22)

“It’s important to forgive yourself for change! Interests and values ​​change throughout college, and some things that seemed so important in your first year at university may not be that important to you anymore. Time gets short, so it’s only natural to walk away from some Your friends. No matter what, it’s never too late to start something new, so don’t be afraid to join a new club later in college.”

Lera Tomljanovic (CAS’22)

“Give yourself time to adapt and be kind to yourself! Especially if you’re coming from a smaller city, transitions take time but you’ll find your people and you’ll find your place. Explore, do the things you thought you might have been interested in in high school but couldn’t test, live your life” Perfect but don’t forget to call your parents :)”

Megan Weekes (Wheelock’22)

“Do what makes you happy, not what other people do or what they want you to do. These are your college years!”

Emma Packard (Whelock’22)

“Finding your people may take a minute, but if you position yourself in even the narrowest of ways, it will pay off. Once you find your employees, be sure to count on them when you need to – college is full of emotions, and you need your support system to thrive” .

Jacob Miner (Sargent’22)

“Even during a pandemic, keep paying attention to your waste and the environmental impact on the world around you. Those most affected by climate change are not the biggest contributors to it. Please wear a mask and consider using a reusable cloth mask with multiple layers of fabric (safe and eco-friendly!).

Eunice Lammoth (CAS’22, SPH’23)

“I think rest is one of the most revolutionary things we can do. Don’t be afraid to take time for yourself.”

Sarah Segal (com 22)

Don’t be afraid to try new things! Take advantage of what BU and Boston have to offer, and do what makes you happy. Be unapologetic, and most importantly, be kind!

Chris Paredes (CAS’22, SPH’23)

“Watch your goals, but remember that there is no one right way to achieve them; your way is open to you!”

Rachel Harmon (Questrum 21)

My advice to fellow canines is to try new things. I don’t say “say yes” to everything, but college was a great opportunity for me to try things I never thought I would or could do. If there is an interesting club, sign up for it. If there is an opportunity to travel abroad, go for it. Looking at my experience, there are many experiences that BU has given me that I value beyond just my own training courses and club organisations. Branching out and immersing yourself is one of the best things you can do for growth, so don’t be afraid to take chances because there is so much in BU! “

Rhiannon Reiley (CAS’22)

“My biggest message is to find what makes you happy, no matter what it is, strive for it, and never settle. When I decided to move, I decided to not settle for the status quo and a place that doesn’t bring me happiness. BU taught me to never settle for the status quo, And to go out into the world and find what makes you happy.”

Ava Dobson (CAS’22)

“Take a chance! College is the only time in our lives where you can prioritize yourself without any apology – so this is your chance to truly invest your time doing what you are passionate about and whatever makes you happy!”

Jorge Cedeno (COM’21)

Learn from those around you! Not only from professors (who are some of the best resources when looking at postgraduate life) but also from your friends! The student body at Boston University is among the most talented and you will meet people who will literally change your life! Also make sure to take the time To yourself — college can be stressful and we all deserve a little break here and there.”

Angelina Dabbs (CAS’22)

“Don’t be afraid of incompatibility. You don’t have to change your identity for anyone’s sake!”

Nyah Jordan (COM’22)

“I think it’s important to tell yourself daily that you are enough, and that your voice is appreciated whether it’s as a student speaking to management or in the workplace. Know your worth.”

Lily Johnson (CAS’22)

“I like to tell my fellow dogs to watch the little things because they make life great.”

Brian Zoe (ENG’23)

“I just want everyone to know that while we should all take classes seriously, it’s essential to relax too. Grades aren’t everything, and at the end of the day, your mental health and health are what matters. College can be really fun too, and hanging out (safely) With your friends!Explore the city, relax in the dorms, or go exercise.If you need help finding friends,join the clubs!There are some really amazing organizations to help you connect and get involved in BU, you can find them through the SAO (Activity Desk) the students)! “

Maya de Chabrio (Sargent’21)

“Never hesitate to try new things, talk to new people, and dive into the unknown! This is a time to learn and grow. Stay open and the best and more will come to you.”

Cammy Rick (COM’21)

“Let the talent around you motivate, inspire, and drive you — don’t get discouraged. When I first got to Boston University, I was really daunted by everyone’s accomplishments. I wanted to go home, and I didn’t think BU would work. I didn’t really think I would come back after class. First class. It is challenging and at times difficult. Don’t let that discourage you from connecting with your professors, student health services, your counselor, your classmates – literally anyone. We are all in the same boat, and we do our best. Don’t be afraid of Reach out and ask for help, whether it’s a simple virtual coffee. We’re all here for each other, and I’ve yet to meet someone at this university who doesn’t want to help.”

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