After enduring the midterm exams and research papers that monopolized February, it’s safe to say we’re all ready for a much-needed break.
From BCID’s “Eire’s Show” to SASA’s culture show, this past week has been jam-packed with performances from BC’s incredible arts groups. Sexual Chocolate’s 25th anniversary show drew an impressive crowd to Robsham, and campus is already filled with excitement for the much-anticipated ALC Showdown later this semester.
Even though we’ve settled into our class routines, there’s one more task we need to factor into our busy schedules: laundry day. But broken washing machines, faulty dryers, and piles of clothes atop every available surface don’t exactly create the most inviting environment.
After months of late-night exam cramming and essay writing, the last week of classes is here. While saying goodbye to our favorite professors is bittersweet, we are all ready to leave behind the surface-level small talk with classmates and hurried walks to 9 a.m. classes, if only for a month.