The combination of midterms and freezing cold walks to class have left us exhausted, and Spring Break could not be coming at a more opportune time.
Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down: Week Of Dec. 13
Thumbs Up: Phil Jurkovec returns Superfans across campus had cause to celebrate on Monday with the announcement of Phil Jurkovec’s return to the Heights for his senior season. After an injury that left him out for half of the season, returning and incoming students alike will be happy to welcome Jurkovec back with open arms…
Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down: Week Of April 19
Thumbs Up: Erasable Highlighters Pilot makes erasable writing tools, including the god-tier of erasable highlighters. They don’t smudge, they don’t bleed through textbook pages, and they’re completely erasable. Covid-19 Vaccines April 19 is finally here, which means that Covid-19 vaccinations are available for everyone 16 and older in Massachusetts. Pre-register for an appointment at mass.gov…
Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down: Week of Feb. 8
Thumbs Up: Sledding on Campus As the winter weather rolls in, one of Boston College’s favorite pastimes becomes available again: sledding! Whether you’re hitting the hills of Newton in a cardboard box or ski jumping on Upper, taking advantage of BC’s naturally hilly campus is a guaranteed blast. Winter Wonderland Another bonus to the winter…
Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down
Thumbs Up – Snow! Campus looks stunning, like a collection of iced Jesuit gingerbread houses. Acapella tryouts were Sunday, and consisted solely of singers dressed in Elsa costumes belting “Let It Go” while summoning magic ice castles out of thin air. Make sure to catch all the cute Instagram stories of your freshmen friends from…
Angus and Julia Stone Are Better Together Than Apart in ‘Snow’
Anus and Julia Stone in ‘Snow’ epitomize the idea of strength united rather than divided as the album becomes disjointed and taxing the greater the vocal distance of the pair.
Appa and the Irish: TU/TD
If you’re free on Sunday nights, do yourself a favor and drop in to Eagle’s Nest next year. You won’t regret it.
The Myth of Shovelus
Features editor Archer Parquette recounts a particularly futile day in the life, when the plows of Wisconsin made him shovel his driveway multiple times as his neighbor looked on.
Rats in the Snow: TU/TD
He sat at the end of one of the long tables, peering out the window. Inside, the everyday worries of campus life were overwhelming. Outside, however, the snow would keep falling.
The Brothers Thumbazov
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