Monthly Archive: January, 2014

Coming Home

By: Connor Lenahan I missed my cramped dorm room. I missed the Citgo sign. I missed the Prudential Center. I missed Newbury Street. I missed Insomnia Cookies. I missed Warren Towers. I missed… Continue reading

Boston Bound

By: Connor Lenahan Before about 10 AM this morning, my plan was to head back to Boston University on Sunday morning to begin the second semester. Then I awoke to a text from… Continue reading

Coachella Check List

By: Connor Lenahan So things got real last night. Coachella, the premier music festival in the country, announced its lineup for the 2014 festival. When I saw the poster, I almost cried. It’s… Continue reading

Loving The Wolf

By: Connor Lenahan I have been witness to two competing camps of people lately: those that love The Wolf of Wall Street and those that loathe it. This is entirely understandable, as the… Continue reading

Long Live Leo

By: Connor Lenahan Words cannot express how much I love this movie. I saw it on Christmas day at 10:40 PM, New Year’s Day in the afternoon, and I’m about to go see… Continue reading

I Hate Snow

By: Connor Lenahan When it became a reality that I would be moving five hours north of my parents to Boston, they understandably were worried. I have Osteogenesis Imperfecta after all. I’m fragile… Continue reading

My Brothers

By: Connor Lenahan I wrote a couple of months ago about how the Boston University basketball team changed my life for the better. The guys on the team and everyone behind the scenes… Continue reading

James Blake’s Love Song

By: Connor Lenahan When Pitchfork released their list of the “Top 100 Songs of 2013,” they ranked “Retrograde” by James Blake at #21. A few other sites I had seen had also included… Continue reading

My Favorite ATLien

By: Connor Lenahan I’ve been meaning to write about this story for months but never had the chance. This was the most insane night of my life and by far the coolest celebrity… Continue reading

Bill O’Brien’s Exit

By: Connor Lenahan A few hours before the conclusion of 2013 Bill O’Brien, head coach of the Penn State Nittany Lions, accepted an offer to become the head coach of the Houston Texans.… Continue reading