, class of 2011: Just shy of two years after founding BU Culture Shock, Neal graduated with degrees in biology and philosophy. Finding the laboratory life less exciting than anticipated, he migrated to the business side of the science world, a job which sent him to such exciting cities as Detroit, Baltimore, and Houston. He also moved away from the warm, entirely safe neighborhood of Allston after years of opening his doors to Culture Shockers and Thurmanites for social events. He has since returned to Boston University, where he attends the Graduate School of Management. Oh, and he has an incredibly cute cat named Padme.
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BU Culture Shock is the official blog of the , Boston University's multicultural center. It is dedicated to free expression and open discussion. Culture Shock is notable for its coverage of the 2011 Boston University Union election, inviting contributions from candidates along with other students.