“The general idea of going through a hard time and pushing through it and knowing that with enough hard work, you can hopefully make it out on the other side, definitely helps me with school and job searching,” Fagan said. “It might be tough now, but if you just push through it and keep working, hopefully you can make it through.”
“There are a lot of people who are still struggling and who will continue to struggle because affordable housing as a practice doesn’t necessarily serve them yet, and that is gut wrenching,” Sturdivant said. “And I appreciate that because I worked on both sides, and because I come from a family that wouldn’t necessarily be able to even afford some of the affordable housing projects that I work on.”
Homer’s Iliad tells the story of mythic Greek soldiers like Achilles and Odysseus sieging the city of Troy in search of kleos—Greek for “renown” or “glory.” Homer’s exact birthplace is of scholarly debate, but some place it on the island of Chios. Now, roughly 29 centuries later, this same island is a key site in…
“I’m trying to close that round by the time I graduate, which is a little bit ambitious,” Padhi said. “In venture capital and in startups the saying is it always takes double the amount of money and double the amount of time to get anything done.”
“Thank God I did not get that other soap opera, eight months before, because The Sopranos is one of the great shows in television history,” Del Negro said. “It was just such a stroke of fortune to land that job versus landing a soap.”
With just weeks before the start of the fall season, Boston College volleyball, field hockey, and women’s soccer have returned to practice.