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Momentum Award: Chris Faherty

By: David Cote

Christopher Faherty, president of Eagle EMS and A&S ’13, has been riding ambulances for almost a third of his life. Growing up in Little Silver, New Jersey, he began volunteering in the local fire department at the age of 14 to fulfill his Confirmation class community service requirement, transitioned to Emergency Medical Services (EMS), and hasn’t looked back since.

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Reel Big Fish Headlines Modstock

By: David Cote

Ska band Reel Big Fish will headline the UGBC’s annual outdoor Modstock concert this afternoon, May 3, beginning at 3:15 p.m. Opening acts will include Guy Dupont, LSOE ’13, aka ILO Productions, and The Dean’s List. The concert will also feature the winner of Boston College’s Battle of the Bands competition.

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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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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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Schaeffer Resigns From Board Of Trustees

By: David Cote

Rev. Bradley M. Schaeffer, S.J. resigned from his post on the Boston College Board of Trustees on Thursday following public criticism of the role he played in supervising a former Jesuit priest who allegedly molested multiple young boys over several decades. He had served on the University’s Board of Trustees since 2004.

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Alleged Attack Not Confirmed By PD Reports

By: David Cote

Last weekend, Paige Rojas, A&S ’15, was allegedly assaulted on consecutive nights by a white male in a grey hooded sweatshirt. According to Rojas’ reports to the BCPD, the alleged attacks occurred near the Ignacio stairs early Saturday morning, and then again early Sunday morning outside Corcoran Commons.

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