“The city is wack, and you don’t realize it until it hits you in the face, right when Dr. Dre’s son spills a drink on you,” said Joan Kennedy on her experience in Los Angeles. […]
“I’m no stranger to witnessing fights, and I’ve come to savor them—to appreciate their boldness and subtle touches, as one would a fine wine,” said Magazine Editor Joan Kennedy. […]
Lesley Visser has written for the best sports section of all time, been inducted into the Professional Football Hall of Fame, and carried an Olympic torch. Plus, she’s been drinking with Barrett Bryan. […]
“Everything is a part of movement … Always look to the future,” Ignacio Fletcher, UGBC executive vice presidential candidate said while he and Reed Piercey, UGBC presidential candidate, spoke on matters close to home.
“Far fewer people end up returning to prison because they’ve had education in prison,” said Patrick Conway, who is researching the effectiveness of college-level prison education. […]
Sometimes things get physical, freaky, and far-out during air travel. No punchline here, only punching in an airport line. […]
Grace Broderick, MCAS ’20, started her own miniature greenhouse in the unlikeliest of places—Walsh Hall. […]
Han Xiang Choong, MCAS ’19, delayed his college education to serve in the Singapore Police Coast Guard, during which he lived on a ship called the Thresher Shark. […]
There are only a few places left in Boston where you can get food past midnight, and South Street Diner is the standout option. So when you want breakfast for dinner (or a midnight snack) go and order yourself a stack of Boston creme pancakes.
On Saturday, a crowd on 1,682 people gathered in Boston Common attempting to break the record for the world’s largest human peace sign. Roxbury Children’s Services orchestrated the event to do something positive for the community. […]