Monthly Archive: March, 2015

One Click Life

By: Connor Lenahan Amazon may have just introduced one of the most fascinating bits of technology I have seen in some time. As the picture above tells, Amazon Dash Button is a new… Continue reading

Naming Rights

By: Connor Lenahan The Boston University School of Management is no more. As of this morning it has officially be rechristened the Questrom School of Business. This is because Allen Questrom, a BU… Continue reading

Slushie Quest

By: Connor Lenahan Slushies: Great beverage or greatest beverage? This is a key question that dogs humanity daily. Overall we, as a society, greatly under appreciate the wonder and joy that these slush drinks… Continue reading

Frozen Four Bound

By: Connor Lenahan Two games. That’s it. Two games. All year long there have been whispers and talks about what the Boston University Men’s Hockey Team would be capable of. All year long… Continue reading


By: Connor Lenahan Without any question one of my favorite films of the decade so far has been 2012’s Skyfall. I will argue to this day that it’s one of the most entertaining movies… Continue reading

Dean Smith’s Final Gift

By: Connor Lenahan Dean Smith was only the coach of the University of North Carolina for three years of my life. Specifically the first three years, 1994-1997. I, sadly, did not get to… Continue reading

I’m From Scranton. Yes, As In The Office.

By: Connor Lenahan Ten years ago yesterday the world of television comedy got much brighter. That’s because NBC had just premiered what would become one of its most iconic programs in history, The Office.… Continue reading

Winnie the Pooh

By: Connor Lenahan I’m a sentimental person by nature. I am a part of the generation that logs onto websites like BuzzFeed daily to look at listicles detailing all the parts of my… Continue reading

National Puppy Day

By: Connor Lenahan National Puppy Day is one of our best holidays. Seriously, I already spend a great deal of my day looking at pictures of puppies. When I can look at them… Continue reading

Nash Says Goodbye

By: Connor Lenahan The announcement that came yesterday wasn’t much of a surprise. It was inevitable, but that doesn’t mean it wasn’t also sad. When I was a kid Steve Nash was one… Continue reading