English Student writes about whether or not a writer can ever be truly unbiased

The first lesson for all Journalism students should be trying to be as objective as they can when writing, but be sure that you will fail. And this rule works for all writing producers. Then you can think that all rules have its exception and maybe – but nothing other than maybe -, cooking rec … Read more

EC Boston Student Enjoys Six Flags

If you are an adventure seeker, you might not want to miss Six Flags, New England. The famous amusement park is located in Agawam, MA and is the largest theme park in Massachusetts. The focus is on roller coasters and on thrill rides, but they also offer interesting shows and meetings with your favo … Read more

Jenna’s Advanced English Class Writes about Boston

What does Boston mean to you? Boston is the first city that I visited in The U.S. I have been in Boston for more than a year. When I first think what Boston means to me many wonderful memories come across my mind. While being in Boston I have met many people from different countries and perspectives … Read more

Daniel, our German Student Ambassador!

I’m Daniel (22) and I grew up in a small town in Germany, which is located next to the border of the Netherlands. There I live together with my parents and my two small brothers. Sports, which include soccer, volleyball and working out in the gym, belong to my favorite interest. I used to play socce … Read more

Meet EC Boston’s Colombian Student Ambassador!

Here is bit of information about Juan in his own words: I was born in Colombia, South America in the second largest city of the country, Medellin. The morning of September 2nd of 1988. I have been interested in sports and fun outdoor activities like soccer, my favorite. When I went to school, I used … Read more

TOEFL Student Writes about 3D Printing

3D printing is a new revolution that can modify several aspects of the world, such as the economy, laws, medicine and environment. Furthermore, videos, lectures and interviews are already discussing this technology and its impacts on the society and consequently a new dynamic of consumer culture. Ac … Read more

Up at 2 am: Student study culture and ESL schools

Have you ever pulled an ‘all nighter’ (a night where you stay up till the morning doing homework, and then go right back to class)? Many students in American universities are known to use this technique to accomplish large amounts of (varying quality) work in a short time frame. This practice has be … Read more