Barnes & Noble
College Bookstore, Bookstore
- trying out Foursquare for the first time, starting out local
- Keep an eye out for special events and book signings. I've met Ozzy Osbourne and Vince Neil just in my first two years as a BU student.
- This place can be realllllllllly overpriced, but they have a lot of stuff!
- On April 12, 1984, Doris Lessing signed books with a smile. Twenty three years later, she would become the eleventh woman and oldest ever person to win the Nobel Prize in Literature.
- On April 4, 1991, cyberpunk authors Bruce Sterling (left) and William Gibson signed books at the BU Bookstore. They had just collaborated on an alternative history novel, The Difference Engine.
- One of the escalators is always broken.
- This place is huge! Three floors of books, plus a ton of BU merchandise. There's a cool "Faculty Authors" section on the second floor.
- Great check-in special! Can't wait for CollegeFest!
- Not sure whether to buy, rent, or Ebook it? The B&N GM tells BU Today, consider whether you're likely to need a particular book later in your college career. If not, rental may be a good option.
- Closing soon!
- Not to much books on Christianity area but a great variety of areas. Places to read in front a window with the look of Harvard Square .
- Hate this bookstore. Bad service, expensive books, ridiculous deals. Better buy books from Amazon or other sites
- Boston University bookstore.
- The actual bookstore is upstairs
- So much BU swag. There is a clearance section on the 3rd floor to the back on the right. Check it out to save money on apparel.
- Inconsistent drinks and the magazine section has old subscriptions.
- Tiene cafetera de starbucks
- Grab your BU gears here.
- Meet Emmy Award-winning journalist Hank Phillippi Ryan on Tuesday, October 16, 2012 at 6:00 PM as she reads from her new mystery novel The Other Woman.
- Sales staff is always very helpful and friendly. Cafe is the opposite and inconsistent. Sadly the nearest actual Starbucks is on brookline ave and they're much friendlier.