“My greatest hope for UGBC, and I guess for the institution as a whole, because I don’t think a lot of UGBC’s problems originate with the organization itself, is that we can increase the opportunities for shared governance at BC. I think that would be a huge step forward.”
After a third consecutive national championship appearance, Eagles head coach Acacia Walker-Weinstein has signed a new contract, Martin Jarmond announced in a statement Wednesday afternoon.
“The history of Game of Thrones (and our world) shows that, although the rulers and even the rules of the game may change, the struggle for power with enemies and allies alike will likely remain, as actors exchange roles in a recurring play with a familiar finale.”
Andie Anastos, who played both hockey and basketball during her time in Chestnut Hill, has joined BC women’s hockey as an assistant coach, Eagles head coach Katie Crowley announced Tuesday.
The Eagles’ quarterback depth took a hit Wednesday, as it was reported that Matt McDonald has transferred to Bowling Green. There, the redshirt sophomore will reunite with former BC offensive coordinator Scot Loeffler.
Travis Scott was preceded by folksy Rainbow Kitten Surprise and Brandi Carlile, a cast of SNL writers, and yes, another one-hit wonder (Sheck Wes) to close the final day of Boston Calling.
The Eagles class of 2019 should ultimately be remembered for the winning culture they helped build, not failing to capture a national championship in a sport without much parity.
The Museum of Fine Arts Boston (MFA) has issued an apology to students from a Dorchester middle school who were subjected to racist comments during a field trip on May 16. The museum went through the security footage of the class’ entire trip and concluded that two visitors made racist comments to the students. Those visitors have been banned from the MFA.
Tame Impala treated Boston Calling goers to a set full of hits and deep cuts, both equally hypnotic, as the second day’s headliner.