Over the years, I’ve learned to embrace the post-holiday winter season by incorporating aspects of coziness into my daily routine, living space, and mindset. Here are some tips to help you conquer the winter months with ease.
iEdit: Nicole Vagra Creates a Playlist for the Chaotic Twin
Assistant photo editor Nicole Vagra crafts a chaotic, and less-than-soothing playlist for associate magazine editor MC Claverie.
Homemade on the Heights: Irish Soda Bread
Though this bread is delicious, the story behind it is why my family and I hold it so close to our hearts—the recipe has been passed down through five generations of women on my mom’s side of the family. Whenever I make this bread, I think of my beautiful nana who passed away. It reminds me that no matter where I am, she is still with me.
iEdit: Erin Shannon Designs a Playlist for Her Kindred Spirit￼
Associate magazine editor MC Claverie describes news editor Erin Shannon’s playlist as reminiscent their friendship.
Creating a Campus for All: Students and Advocacy Groups Push for Greater Accessibility
“It was very difficult to get the administration to commit to it,” Claudio said. “We had a few people, you know, on the lower end of the administration really trying to help us out a lot. The problem was getting the higher-ups to commit to it.”
Students Gather on Bapst Lawn at 5 A.M. for Lunar Eclipse Viewing
Cloaked under a dawn sky at 5 a.m., around 50 members of the Boston College community gathered on the Bapst lawn to catch a glimpse of the lunar eclipse on Tuesday.
Library Levels: What Your Preferred Library Study Space Says About You
While most of my friends and roommates are library lovers like myself, rarely do we all find ourselves at the same library, on the same floor, seated in the same section, at the same time. Each individual library and floor tends to attract a different crowd of BC students. As a seasoned library studier, here is my certified and 100 percent correct analysis of what your preferred library space says about you.
Healing the Catholic Church in the 21st Century: C21 Center Celebrates Two Decades at BC
“I’m also really proud that the center is really looking to the future of the church, being young people with a particular focus,” Kiefer said. “Our commitment to having big conversations about roles and relationships in the church and the Catholic intellectual tradition … and constantly creating new opportunities to engage more people in important conversations about the importance of God.”
iEdit: Victor Stefanescu Curates Playlist for Fellow “Vibe Followers”
Metro editor Victor Stefanescu delivers a puzzling yet pleasing playlist of EDM tracks, according to associate magazine editor MC Claverie.
Students Evacuate After Faulty Fire Alarm Goes Off in Bapst Library
Firetrucks and Boston College Police Department (BCPD) officers rushed to campus on Monday night after a faulty fire alarm went off in Bapst Library and forced students and employees to evacuate.