Earlier this month, trendy Louisiana-inspired seafood restaurant Loui Loui opened its first Boston location in Allston serving staples like the cajun seafood boil and dungeness crab.
Interactive public art display Color Commons lets visitors use their phones to control the colors being illuminated on the 24-foot-tall light blades situated around the Rose Kennedy Greenway.
Christy Coco, MCAS’ 17, is on her way to bigger and brighter things. She’s starred in BC productions ‘Carousel’ and ‘The Trojan Women’ and recently made her off-broadway debut in ‘Fiorello!.’
Treseann Ainsworth, along with Franco Mormando from the romance languages department, has created a Pilot course for freshmen that explores love and marriage in the past and present.
Boston College’s best dating service is back just in time for Valentine’s Day, with our first couple enjoying breakfast at Johnny’s Luncheonette.
Wishmakers provides fundraising opportunities that help the Make-A-Wish Foundation, which grants wishes to children with serious illnesses.
Mathis Wagner, a Boston College economics professor, lives in D.C., travels to Boston twice a week, and works as a consultant at the World Bank.
Adopting an ethereal and truly enchanting style, Rafael Soriano creates stunning works that transcend this realm and bring viewers into another.
Noticing a lack of healthy breakfast options, Alan Donovan took his love for oatmeal and opened the Oat Shop which serves up sweet and savoury oat bowls.
Earlier this week, the Museum of Science launched Chocolate: The Exhibition taking visitors on a delectable journey exploring the history of everyone’s favorite treat.