Nothing brings people together better than social media and food, so sophomore Isabelle Lumb decided to combine the two.
With the construction of 2150 Comm Ave, BC adds green to its usual maroon and gold motif.
A fiery, billowing mane of red hair is fitting for the exuberant personality of the world-renowned Irish cultural scholar and current Burns Visiting Scholar Louis de Paor.
As she begins her junior year, Assistant Features Editor Kayla Fernando reflects on her former roommate’s cryptic parting words.
History repeats itself, observes features columnist DJ Recny as he uses professorial anecdotes and historical events to navigate through life.
If you frequent the Reservoir on runs and you’ve managed to circumnavigate the body of water, you may have noticed an elegant stone building nestled in the bend around the Cleveland Circle side of the park.
SWUGhood is a choice, but the plummeting self-esteem of female students is something that needs work to change. And that work begins with opting out of the washed-up mentality.
On Thursday nights, you could get into The Rat, formerly Boston College’s on-campus bar, for 50 cents. That was in 1980, however, and things have certainly changed, most recently this summer.
Connor Hagan, CSOM ’17, an aerialist who trains in Cambridge, isn’t afraid to shoot beavers. Not after the beaver infestation a few years ago, when the globetrotting acrobat had to take to the trees with a gun. “There were hundreds of them just clogging up the river and creating this insane overflow,” he said. “So…
UGBC’s new communications department, with its emphasis on campus outreach, could change the face of the student government.