Monthly Archive: April, 2014

Lazy Day

By: Connor Lenahan Every Sunday in college has come down to the same routine for me: wake up, do nothing, go to sleep. I have no problems with this game plan whatsoever. After… Continue reading

A Kid Again

By: Connor Lenahan So here I am, sitting with my friends Karina Barroso and Jeremy Singer, when Jeremy looks at his Facebook. He had been linked to an article by his sister. The… Continue reading

Staying or Going

By: Connor Lenahan Yesterday afternoon Duke freshman forward Jabari Parker announced his plan to enter into the NBA Draft in 2014. His announcement came on the heels of fellow freshman phenoms Andrew Wiggins,… Continue reading

Pride

By: Connor Lenahan Never doubt the power of Facebook. It can change people’s lives for the better. I have proof. I entered myself into the Facebook group for students admitted to the Boston… Continue reading

Throwing the Gauntlet

By: Connor Lenahan Last night while poking around the internet I came across an article from Complex magazine. The very idea that had been raised in the title of the article was unreal.… Continue reading

4/15/13

By: Connor Lenahan   4/15/13 I was sitting on my couch in my living room in Waverly, PA. I was joking around with my brothers after school, not a care in the world.… Continue reading

Now Batting

By: Connor Lenahan With warm weather comes baseball. As the temperatures in Boston climb out of the freezing, stagnant conditions that lasted from December to March we are reentering a world where I… Continue reading

Confusion

By: Connor Lenahan Yesterday gave me two fantastic stories regarding my wheelchair. In the late afternoon I had been walking around Boston enjoying the glorious weather. To finish out my travels I made… Continue reading

The Return

By: Connor Lenahan OutKast is back. You have no idea how much joy it brings me to type those three words. Last night was the first time in eight years that Andre 3000… Continue reading

Reality

By: Connor Lenahan Last night I was talking to my friend Alessandra Cirillo when I mentioned I had written a film script for my COM 201 class. I had emailed it to her… Continue reading