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Overeager Pre-Med Student Uses Ambulance Transport as Valuable Healthcare Networking Opportunity
Pre-Med Freshman Calvin O’Malley, both working hard and partying harder, enhanced his resume this weekend with a stimulating research opportunity in the back of a Fallon Ambulance located outside the Keyes North Basement. As he was covered with the white thermal sheet, visions of the white coat which will... Read more
The Definitive Guide to BC Freshmen Housing
Here at Boston College, freshmen housing random assigned by computers can have serious implications on your social life! Let us breakdown what your housing placement means: Upper Congratulations! If you are part of the 60% of the freshmen class that was selected to live on Boston College’s actual campus... Read more
Science Major Loses Voice After Complaining About Workload
Biochemistry major Michael O’Malley (A&S ’18) completely lost his voice yesterday (or, as he called it, “contracted mild laryngitis”) after spending hours complaining to his friends about how hard it is to major in the sciences, especially biochemistry. O’Malley is no stranger to complaining about the massive textbooks and heavy... Read more
Odd-numbered Friend Group Struggles to Complete 8-man
As the housing lottery quickly approaches, the anxiety of freshmen across campus has spiked. Freshmen have the option of several housing arrangements on Lower Campus, namely the coveted 8-mans of Vanderslice Hall, 90 St. Thomas More, and Walsh Hall.  These palaces of debauchery and sweat represent the epitome of... Read more
Cool RA Fears He’s “In Too Deep”
Now being several months into the school year, students across campus are finally settling into standard routines in their daily lives, including blowing entire meal plans on F’Reals in the span of a week and chilling with the “cool RAs.”  Ben Novak, self-proclaimed “Cool Ra,” fears that his coolness... Read more
Freshmen Use Generic Names for New Friends When Memory Fails
Citing their frustration at having to learn the different names of so many people, Boston College freshmen have resolved to call every one of their new friends either Dan or Madison, depending on gender. “It became clear to me within the first week here that learning all these names... Read more