No matter how you feel about Boston College football, one thing cannot be denied: Students show up for the Red Bandanna Game.
I have never owned a pet hamster, but I can imagine they are fun, lovable creatures. I once knew a classmate in elementary school who would not stop raving about her orange hamster, Priscilla. She looked for every opportunity to talk about her, sharing moments when the hamster had curled up in her hands during family movie nights, performed a tummy roll for a couple treats, and kissed her nose softly.
Thumbs Up: Nice weather This week, the Boston winter has gone on spring break, and it’s been great. The warm weather has melted away most of the snow and the winter blues. Even if it was just for this week, being able to go for a run, eat lunch outside with friends, or not wear…
Thomas Wesner, a law professor Boston College, and Peter Skerry, a professor in the political science department, addressed the divisions present in the United States and their growing importance in politics.
To kick off the weekend before the midterm elections, Boston College Law hosted four guest speakers on Friday to discuss the role that criminal conviction plays in voter and social disenfranchisement and the issues it poses to democracy.
The city’s best spots to study ahead of midterm week, along with some details about what each offers.