A month before the Boston Marathon, Kathryn Lieder suffered a horribly-timed knee injury, but she’s worked through it and is still running this Monday.
BC EMS was on duty this Marathon Monday, providing emergency medical care for athletes and spectators alike.
On April 18, Bostonians and spectators from around the globe will gather along a 26.2-mile course to cheer on the runners.
There are very few window displays that actually have the power to stop me in my tracks and say something along the lines of “wow,” but pastel plaid sneakers are one of them.
Army Ranger Master Sgt. Cedric King spoke about losing both of his legs while on tour in Afghanistan and becoming the first double amputee to run the Boston Marathon.
In the next few weeks, as events continue to unfold, it will be vital for us as well as our partners across the Atlantic to hold strongly to these ideals, which demand the open and compassionate treatment of the Muslim community among us and throughout the world.
The Campus School, suffering from a lack of funding, is in need of assistance and support from the student body.
I’ve only lived through the insanity of two Marathon Mondays at BC, but those two hazy April days have taught me a few things.