Category Archive: Osteogenesis Imperfecta

The Blizzard of 2015

By: Connor Lenahan It’s officially time to start speaking in historic terms. This isn’t your average, everyday snow storm. This is advanced snow. According to Gawker, if Boston sees the snow it is… Continue reading


By: Connor Lenahan Penn State is crazy. I mean this in the absolute nicest way possible. After all, if I were of different physical capability there would be an overwhelmingly good chance that… Continue reading

Juno: Escape?

By: Connor Lenahan Today was the first time I had been in sunlight since early Monday afternoon, and even then it was fairly cloudy. Despite almost being blinded by the glare off the… Continue reading

Juno: The Shut Down

By: Connor Lenahan This is what every Boston University student and I woke to this morning. More than 20 inches of fresh snow and more swirling in the air. Wait, is swirling the… Continue reading

Revisionist History

By: Connor Lenahan Let me open by saying the following: It is impossible for me to be 100% without bias when discussing Penn State in any matter, not just what I plan to… Continue reading


By: Connor Lenahan My original goal for 2014 was to see if I could write an article every day for the entire year. With the sentence you are currently reading this goal has… Continue reading

The Present

By: Connor Lenahan I was told I would love it. I was told I might cry when I got it. I was told that it would set the bar unassailably high for future… Continue reading

Mini Me

By: Connor Lenahan I realize that I most likely overuse the phrase “I’m really old.” It’s probably at least semi-inaccurate given that I’m only 20 years old. I still feel that way. When… Continue reading

Power Up

By: Connor Lenahan In March of this year I wrote about the drug treatment I get for my bone condition, Osteogenesis Imperfecta. I got to talk about how this treatment of Zometa has… Continue reading

Ball is Life

By: Connor Lenahan A year ago I wrote an article here on Unbreakable that proved to be life changing. That article, Family, not only brought me closer together with the players on Boston… Continue reading