Tag Archive: Boston University

Working

By: Connor Lenahan There’s nothing more wonderful than realizing you’ve made a perfect decision. The joy of having all of your hopes realized is one that is truly magical. I had a strong… Continue reading

Night

By: Connor Lenahan I’m a creature of habit. When I find something I deem pleasurable I tend to repeat it. This is probably going to lead to my eventual death with the reported… Continue reading

Expanding Vocabulary

By: Connor Lenahan Let’s be real for a second; Urban Dictionary is one of the greatest inventions in the history of the internet. There’s an absurdly high chance that if you are reading… Continue reading

The Chicken

By: Connor Lenahan Last night I finished up my freshman season as an announcer for Boston University. Our women’s lacrosse team faced off against Boston College at Nickerson Field and I was on… Continue reading

My Debate Girls

By: Connor Lenahan It was all by pure chance. I was eating one afternoon at the GSU at Boston University when I happened to meet Ben McNelly and Anna Smith for the first… Continue reading

Stolen Wheelchair

Last night I was visiting some friends at 728 Commonwealth Ave. Upon arriving at the dorm, I parked my wheelchair next to the steps outside of the dorm and entered. This was around… 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

Spirit

By: Connor Lenahan If you follow this blog at all, you’ll know I am throughly obsessed with Boston University basketball. I won’t shut up about it. I refuse to apologize for it either.… Continue reading

Forever

By: Connor Lenahan I didn’t believe the news when I first read it. It shocked me. It made everything else in my life irrelevant. This morning word came out that Maurice Watson Jr,… Continue reading