“It can feel uncomfortable at some points, like the feeling of holding lingering eye contact with someone just beyond the comfortable amount of time.”
“I’m no stranger to witnessing fights, and I’ve come to savor them—to appreciate their boldness and subtle touches, as one would a fine wine,” said Magazine Editor Joan Kennedy.
The Eagles have always been one of the younger teams in Hockey East, but in the past two years they have failed to turn their potential into results.
Despite her current vocational indecision, “When I was younger, the possibilities felt endless—and all of them were exciting. One day I wanted to be a Jelly Belly factory tour-guide, the next an old-fashioned ‘Soda Shoppe’ owner in Mountain View, Ark.,” said columnist Kaiserman.
After a semester of Southern hospitality, columnist Timmy Facciola rediscovers his Jesuit Identity, finding a new appreciation for being a man for others.