Category Archive: The 2015 Blizzard

I’m Out, Peace.

By: Connor Lenahan I’ve seriously run out of new things to say about the snow. This isn’t real anymore. For a guy that has missed a lot of school in his day due… Continue reading

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

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

Juno: The Eve of The Storm

By: Connor Lenahan Well, it’s not here yet. That’s the main thing. It’s also a good thing. I wouldn’t exactly want to be out in the snow right now, but it could be… Continue reading

Beware Juno

By: Connor Lenahan I grew up in Scranton, Pennsylvania. I moved to Boston, Massachusetts for college. I have an extensive injury history that focuses heavily in the winter months. I have a wheelchair… Continue reading