Although men’s basketball and football improved in 2016-17, the lack of postseason magic from BC’s smaller sports made this year worse than last year.
“For me, it came in all of those things, and in the people who walked home with me from Heights production, in a blizzard, after a 12-hour work session, with snow stinging our faces and catching in our eyelashes, and stars winking at us from above.”
Led by Jessica Dreswick on the mound and Tatiana Cortez and Lexi DiEmmanuele in the box, Boston College softball has never been better to watch.
On a weekend trip to Newport, a small group of tourists stand with their mouths open, shocked by the beauty above them. But can there be too much of a good thing?
Assistant Metro Editor William Batchelor wasn’t always adventurous when it came to eating. In this column, Batchelor expresses his love for Spanish food through his experience dining at a trendy South End tapas joint.
Martin Jarmond arrived on campus to a flurry of questions on Monday. He’ll have a full plate, but here’s what he should address first.
Every time the Boston Marathon rolls around, BC advertises and supports the sport of running. But for the other 364 days of the year, the school fails to live up to its name.
“From where I sit behind my laptop, I cannot stop the hum of war. None of us can. But we can train our ears to hear the hum, and then train ourselves to live responsibly and sustainably in its midst.”
Flying can be scary. So scary, in fact, that you might just need something concrete to look forward to.
Assistant metro editor William Batchelor was recently asked the question “Is college better than you expected, as you expected, or worse than you expected?” Unsettled by the question, Batchelor examines his first year at Boston College.