Monthly Archive: March, 2014

March Madness

By: Connor Lenahan I’m going to start by apologizing for the headline. It’s unoriginal, I agree. The but damn if there was ever a time in which it was appropriate, it’s today. I… Continue reading

Happy Birthday Elyse

By: Connor Lenahan Today is the birthday of one of my closest friends, Elyse Notarianni. She has, in a relatively short amount of time, changed my life forever. She’s made my life a… Continue reading

Over

By: Connor Lenahan It’s weird. I can’t remember college without basketball going on. Since mid September on I’ve been fully a part of the Boston University season. And now it’s over. We lost… Continue reading

Rest Easy, Diego

By: Connor Lenahan Spring break is supposed to be a joyous time, a time in which students can take a break from their responsibilities and enjoy the returning warmth and the glory of… Continue reading

Home Stretch

By: Connor Lenahan “Home” by LCD Soundsystem was the song playing in my ears as I landed in Boston yesterday. As I touched the ground, I not only felt the joy of being… Continue reading

Moving On

By: Connor Lenahan Boston U vs Illinois in the first round of the NIT this Wednesday. Bring it. Connor Lenahan (@ConnorLenahan) is a freshman at Boston University, majoring in journalism. He can be… Continue reading

Parade Day, Nelly, and American Pride

  By: Connor Lenahan Late last night I was perusing my Twitter half-asleep. I started to see jokes about Nelly pop up for seemingly no reason. As the letters “RIP” weren’t preceding the… Continue reading

The Legend

  By: Connor Lenahan Tessa Barrett won the last two Pennsylvania state titles in the 3,000 meter run. A few weeks ago, she reset her own record, 9:36.45, en route to the championship.… Continue reading

Rem for Pulitzer 2014

By: Connor Lenahan A few years ago I stumbled upon Rembert Browne. During the early days of Grantland, I started seeing his name pop up and reading his articles. I found out not… Continue reading

Tonight

By: Connor Lenahan This isn’t how it was supposed to end. Regardless of whatever happens in this world, the BU Basketball team is my family. I love my family. I will be with… Continue reading