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Springtime Markets and Festivals in Boston: As the icy gray Boston winter melts into distant memory, students of Boston College find themselves filled with a fervor to embrace the beauty of a New England spring day. While Saturdays during the fall are occupied by tailgates and football games, the weekends in the spring are open for possibi...
BREAKING: Ohio State's Martin Jarmond Named BC Athletics Director: Ohio State University's Martin Jarmond will succeed Brad Bates as BC's new Director of Athletics. Previously, Jarmond was the deputy director of athletics at OSU as well as chief of staff for Athletics Director Gene Smith, directing both external and internal relations as well as day-to-day opera...
BC Hockey's Next Era: 2017 Incoming Recruits: Men’s Hockey saw a decline in performance this year as they failed to qualify for the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2009. Losing five seniors and Colin White (MCAS ’19) to the NHL may hurt the team even more, but it will open up opportunities for younger players to rise up and play key...
In ALS Awareness Game, Eagles Cruise Past NC State at Fenway: BC's lineup exploded for 16 hits against the Wolfpack, pulling out an 8-3 win with Pete Frates and his family in attendance. The post In ALS Awareness Game, Eagles Cruise Past NC State at Fenway appeared first on The Heights.
Notebook: In Spring Game, BC Features Dynamic Offense: Last year, the Eagles had the ninth-worst scoring attack in the country. And it all started in April 2016, when they put up a combined eight points in the spring game. But this time around, things were a little different. The post Notebook: In Spring Game, BC Features Dynamic Offense appeared fi...
Ohio State’s Martin Jarmond to Become Next Athletic Director: After nine years with the Buckeyes, Martin Jarmond will be the youngest AD in the Power Five, as well as BC's first ever AD of color. The post Ohio State’s Martin Jarmond to Become Next Athletic Director appeared first on The Heights.
Meet Professor Peter Krause! : pk pic .jpg This week Her Campus had the pleasure to meet with Prof. Peter Krause to learn more about his research on Middle Eastern politics,...
Comments You Shouldn't Say to A Black Girl About Her Hair: 14662299ca1019c2167037817711.jpg Growing up with a mom that was a licensed cosmetologist and a hairdresser, I’ve always been accustomed to the amazing wizardry that comes...
Brunch at Tatte: A Review: cover photo (1).jpg Brunch: that lovely meal we share with our friends on weekend mornings when it’s too late to say it’s breakfast, but it’s just not quite...

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