New Years Eve Activities

By Jennifer Lacano Are you still looking for something to do this New Year’s Eve or New Year’s Day? Check out Boston’s First Night/First Day festivities! The fun starts at noon on New Year’s Eve and continues past midnight. It picks up again at 11:00 am on New Year’s Day. (They had to give people so … Read more

This Week in the North End

By Molly Cox Looking for something to do this weekend as August comes to a close? What better than visit Boston’s famous North End (a 10 minute walk from EC, accessible from North Station, Haymarket or Aquarium T Station)?? The event is called North End Week, and lasts from Friday, August 28th until … Read more

Travel Tuesday: The Five College Area

By Yen Chiang Boston has many nicknames: Beantown, the Hub of the Universe, The Cradle of Liberty, Puritan City, and the Athens of America, so given for the number of colleges and universities in Boston. It is estimated that in the fall, when school starts again and students flock back to the city, … Read more

Free English Classes at EC Boston!

Lets say you’re going to class every day, paying attention, doing your homework and speaking English outside of school, however, there’s still one grammar point or one skill you struggle with. Don’t fear, EC Boston is here to help. We offer free classes every week, Tuesday through … Read more

Where to Get Good Coffee in Boston

What is one thing international students studying in Boston miss when they come to study in the United States? Coffee! Whether it be Colombian coffee, Turkish coffee, or a s Italian espresso, Dunkin Donuts does not seem to fill the void. Here are some cafes in and around Boston that may! Allston: Re … Read more