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My Five Arts Festival Picks

By: Eleanor Hildebrandt

One of the best parts of Arts Fest was seeing the facets of the Boston College arts scene that usually fly under the radar. My exposure to visual artwork on the campus had heretofore been limited to cursory glances at the pieces in the basement of Bapst.

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Sophomore Found Dead in Walsh

By: David Cote

Michael Gannon, a sophomore in the Carroll School of Management (CSOM) from Lake Forest, Ill., was found dead in his Walsh Hall dorm room on Saturday, April 28. The cause of death has not yet been determined, but police have ruled out foul play. Gannon was a member of both the Boston College swim team and the water polo team.

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Theatre and The Arts

By: Brennan Carley

Theater, when done properly, can enchant its audience into thinking that it must not have been hard work to accomplish at all. Then there are your Grey’s Anatomy musical episodes that make viewers shake their heads in dismay, turning potential theater lovers into nonbelievers with a single sassy snap during a tepid performance of “How To Save A Life.”

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O’Neill Plaza Going Green For The Fall

By: David Cote

When students return for classes next fall, one of the most traversed spaces on campus will have a brand new look. Starting the day after Commencement, May 22, the University will begin renovating O’Neill Plaza to transform the area into a green space, with trees and grass replacing the existing concrete.

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Editor’s Column

By: Brennan Carley

Perhaps you’ve already seen the tents going up in O’Neill Plaza and are thinking to yourself, “what is this, another viewing of Frozen Earth on another cold night?” Maybe you’re just upset that you missed out on the case of Red Bull that a helicopter dropped on Monday night and feel like avoiding O’Neill Plaza entirely for the next few days so you can silently stew about it.

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