25 Middle School Bangers

Middle school was an incredible time to be alive. Awkwardness everywhere as puberty began to take its toll. Those yearbooks are the real American Horror Story. Unfortunately in the whirlwind that was those years, some of the music was lost to time. Take a second to reminisce upon the songs that occupied our iPod Nanos during our most difficult period. Without further adieu, in no … Continue reading 25 Middle School Bangers

Tips for Girls

Every girl is awesome the way they already are. Observing these tips is not essential. First and foremost, be yourself. You’re great. With that being said, the guys have satirically assembled the following cheat sheet on how to go the extra mile to win our hearts over. It goes as follows: Do’s Bring us food. Not in the stereotypical “make me a sandwich” way. We don’t expect … Continue reading Tips for Girls

The Best Thirty Seconds of Your Life

So you’ve made it. You’ve somehow managed to convince someone that you, yes pretty average you, are worthy of getting sweaty with them. Blood is rushing to your loins faster than a freshman is trying to shotgun a beer (Both an awkward and uncomfortable sight). However, you needa playlist that’s going to up your abilities from a Nickelback freestyle to a Marvin Gaye acoustic. Welcome to … Continue reading The Best Thirty Seconds of Your Life

10 Thoughts You’ll Have While Watching Me Play Sports

As the first phase of intramural sports approaches playoffs, I thought I’d weigh in on what sports mean to me.  I’m a member of two intramural teams this fall, soccer and flag football.  Although in their own respective leagues, these teams overlap in a variety of ways. Both have players with varying experience levels, ranging from club-level athletes to the ~hey I’m just here to have fun~ folk. … Continue reading 10 Thoughts You’ll Have While Watching Me Play Sports

65 Things I DO Pay $65,000 a Year For

To follow up Killa Cam’s SATIRICAL article from last week: enjoy If there is one thing we are taught as students at Boston College, it is gratitude and appreciation for what we have been granted. From the challenging educational courses and invaluable service opportunities, to the endless access to resources and human capital, Boston College students are truly provided with everything we could possibly need in … Continue reading 65 Things I DO Pay $65,000 a Year For

Postseason Baseball feat. the New York Mets

Yesterday marked the end of Major League Baseball’s regular season and for a select ten teams that meant the beginning of postseason play. And for the first time since 2006, my beloved New York Mets are included in this distinguished group. To put that into perspective, the last time this happened George Bush was in the middle of his second term as president, Snapchat was … Continue reading Postseason Baseball feat. the New York Mets

Unbiased Drunk Game Previews: Boston College University vs. Duke

*Editor’s note* Pretty sure the author’s BAC was higher than my GPA when he wrote this. Enjoy. This is my first blog post. This is also my first blog post without my dad. I love you Dad. Dadz rock. Matchup: Boston College Eagles vs. Duke Blue Devils Game Date: October thirdrd, 2015 (SATURDAY) Location: Wallace Wade Stadium (peep the alliteration there. That’s marketing! Pageviews) How … Continue reading Unbiased Drunk Game Previews: Boston College University vs. Duke

20 Things I’ve Learned at BC

Boston College, man. What an incredible place. In my time here I’ve studied my fair share of academics but nothing compares to what I’ve learned outside the classroom. Without further adieu, the Top 20 Things I’ve Learned at BC: 1) Your foam mattress pad will be your best friend. Night in and night out, it’s there for you, no questions asked, even when it’s half … Continue reading 20 Things I’ve Learned at BC

It’s Time to Start Questioning Steve Addazio

Source: It’s Time to Start Questioning Steve Addazio *Disclaimer: I know that no one cares about BC football, but I do and need a forum to rant. This blog is for me more than anything else. Boston College has the potential to have an elite football team (men scream in protest, women faint, babies start crying). I know; it’s a bold statement. After all, this … Continue reading It’s Time to Start Questioning Steve Addazio

500 Word Review: The Plex

Ah, the William P. Flynn Recreational Complex. What a beauty to marvel at. Whatever drugs the architect of this building was on, I’d love to try some; the weird pyramid-structure roof makes it seem like he designed it in the dark. The best part is that there must have been dozens of design options to choose from and the higher-ups at BC selected the one … Continue reading 500 Word Review: The Plex

Throwback Thursday: US President All-Star Team

Commander-in-chief. The executive branch. Mr. President. POTUS. Regardless of the title, they all come down to the same thing: the most powerful person in the free world. Yet for such an important position, the Oval Office has certainly had its fair share of characters, both qualified and not, behind the desk over the years. Starting five: Center: Coming in at 6’2, a giant among his … Continue reading Throwback Thursday: US President All-Star Team