In light of the recent events that have shaken the United States, Heights Senior Staffer Juan Olavarria turns to one of Boston’s more complicated landmarks: the Red Sox’s Yawkey Way.
In an effort to attract younger spectators to Fenway Park, The Red Sox continue to offer $9 tickets to high school and college students with valid student IDs.
Even in a city that you know like the back of your hand you can stumble across surprises. Enter the Garment District, a clothing store where absurdity and joy are rolled into one unbelievable building.
Following the results of the 2016 presidential election, over 4,000 Bostonians gathered in front of the State House to peacefully protest Trump’s victory Wednesday evening.
Several events on campus led up to election night, including a viewing party Tuesday.
Worried about question 2 on the upcoming Mass. ballot, Metro Editor Juan Olavarria points out the dangers of diverting funding and attention away from the problems facing public schools.
So far, Bonyuet has organized several events, all featuring attendance similar to the 50 that were there on Wednesday.
As someone who is taking part in his first major election cycle as a registered voter, Juan Olavarria has gained a new insight into the repercussions of the election, the role individual demographics play in it — especially students.