Live on CoRo all four years. I’d rather make the commute from exile every damn day than have to walk the marathon from the parking garage to the check-in desk even once. Talk to Molly’s owner for longer than .2 seconds. I’d give that man my instagram handle- hell,... Read more
LOWER LIVE AT CORCORAN COMMONS — In a bid to maintain transparency on campus, Boston College Dining Services announced Thursday morning that they mistakenly ordered an overabundance of clams for the kitchen’s monthly food stock. “We know how much students enjoy the pungent scent of freshly fried clams on... Read more
We enjoyed the time we had together, and trust us, there is no bad blood between us. Everything happens for a reason, right? We have been taking this opportunity to focus on ourselves and it has been really rewarding.
THAT FIELD ON THE PLEX GRAVEYARD — The student body of Boston College has been positively feral recently. With relatively warm temperatures, sunny blue skies, and seemingly unlimited access to lawn games, everyone has been taking advantage of the changing of the seasons. The peak of this excitement occurred... Read more
“I’ve got to say, this is certainly not the start to the week I thought I was going to have.”
When the mounds of mulch arrive on campus, I know it from a mile away. And I take some. In my hand, to my house. Just for me.
CONNELL RECREATION CENTER — Sunday at midnight. That glorious, soaking wet time when a large portion of Boston College students get their highly-anticipated weekly COVID test email. This week went by like any other: I logged onto Zoom for “class”, spread my usual pathogens, and spent at least an... Read more
The stickers, typically used to indicate a safe place to sit to ensure social distancing, can be found in nearly every classroom on campus. But Meyer was the first person to think of sticking one on his face.
MIDDLE CAMPUS — Students were elated upon hearing that the insanely well-funded Campus Activities Board will be hosting a Scholastic Book Fair on Stokes Lawn later this month. Though the event is still weeks away, boxes upon boxes of the latest Guinness Book of World Records and copies of... Read more
“I’ll be honest, when we looked at the forecast for the next two weeks, we knew we were fucked,” said UCS chairperson Dr. Sigmund Noid. “High temperatures, blue skies, and Danny brought spikeball? It’s a psychiatrist’s nightmare!”