Assistant metro editor William Batchelor looks back on his first spring break as a college student and how returning to Boston reinforced his love for the city.
Assistant metro editor William Batchelor looks back on his first experience at a live NBA game, recalling the moment he went from sitting high in the balcony to the front row.
Sneakerheads came together last Saturday afternoon for the Boston Got Sole footwear convention featuring the most exclusive sneakers in streetwear.
For many, Thursday afternoons consist of finishing papers and studying for tests. For Assistant metro editor William Batchelor, Thursdays call for an escape from the BC bubble.
Over 5,000 advocates of science assembled in Copley Square, carrying politically charged sings while chanting “science not silence” at the Rally to Stand up for Science.
Assistant metro editor William Batchelor takes a look back at his shortcomings in art class growing up, and how that brought about a deeper appreciation for art.
Boston-based start up Athletes of Valor is aiming to bridge the gap for veterans transitioning from service to career through leveraging college athletics.
Last Friday, Japanese lifestyle company MUJI opened their newest flagship store on Newbury Street, bringing minimalistic everyday essentials to Boston.
In response to the lack of arts experience in the Boston public school system, Susan Rodgerson founded Artists for Humanity, an organization providing underprivileged youth an opportunity at employment in art and design.
Following a nostalgic visit to Boston’s Chinatown, Columnist William Batchelor reflects on the temptation of moving from a cramped dorm to a high-rise apartment.