Bennet Johnson was the Metro Editor for The Heights in 2015 and Business Manager in 2016. You can probably still find him wandering around Boston, wearing his 'Minnesota Nice' T-shirt. Follow him on Twitter @bennet_15.

Metro

‘A Story We Share’

By: Bennet Johnson

The Commonwealth Museum of Massachusetts opened an exhibit called A Story We Share: Massachusetts Artists Celebrating Black History and Culture, a student-run art show that celebrates Black History Month, on Feb. 5.

Metro, Column

Not Your Average Sports Town

By: Bennet Johnson

Boston is a sports town. And not just any ordinary sports town, but it is the best sports city in America. What’s remarkable is that Boston views itself as different, special-perhaps even better than others.

Metro, Politics

Walsh Reveals Plans For New, Streamlined Cabinet

By: Bennet Johnson

Last week, Walsh met with a group of the city’s top officials to discuss reorganizing Boston’s city government. Although all formal details were kept from the public eye, Walsh recently released his official plan to restructure his cabinet in order to meet his plan of efficiency and collaboration within the Mayor’s office.

Metro

COLUMN: Boston’s Winter Tradition

By: Bennet Johnson

As a Minnesotan, I believe that the greatest amateur hockey tournament in the U.S. is the Minnesota State High School Championship. But I’ve found that others are just as passionate about the Beanpot Tournament – the championship of Boston.

Metro, Politics

The Year Ahead

By: Bennet Johnson

Although Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick delivered his State of the Commonwealth address on Jan. 28, some of the state’s most crucial information-the fiscal year budget-was revealed before the speech, when Patrick filed his Fiscal Year 2015 (FY15) budget plan for the upcoming year on Jan.22.

Metro

Insatiable Thirst for Technology

By: Bennet Johnson

When I was a kid, I had a predilection for electronics. I had almost every electronic device known to a 12-year-old boy. These ranged from the Nintendo Gameboy to the Xbox 360, and much more recently, the iPad.

Metro, Business

Fitness With Friends

By: Bennet Johnson

Hannah Freilich graduated from Boston College with a degree in elementary education and human development, with the hopes of becoming a teacher. It wasn’t until this past year, however, that Freilich embarked on a different path and became an entrepreneur.

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