Well, there’s no Boston College football this week. That’s a bummer. How are you going to get through your weekend? We’re glad you asked.
The fourth BC Ignites was hosted in O’Neill Plaza last night, with multiple Boston College students giving speeches about mental health. The speakers have allowed us to republish their words here.
The Music Guild hosts their first open mic night of the semester, featuring campus artists and BC band Juice.
Michigan head coach Brady Hoke left Shane Morris in the game with a clear concussion, and he ought to be condemned for it.
Shouldn’t those magical moments be the rule, not the exception?
When Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh, WCAS ’09, returns from a trip abroad, he’ll have an ordinance waiting for him that, if signed, would directly interject local government into the BC athletic department and every other athletic department in the city.
With just a few days left in September, students are reasonably expected to be fully immersed in their classes, clubs, and jobs—and most are. But, like every year, there’s a group of about 1,200 students in the sophomore class who are already thinking about next fall.
With a strong run of form, Alex Kapp has become BC’s No. 1 this season.