Category: In the Community

Sexual Assault Panel: Education with a Side of Indignation

Critics of colleges’ handling of sexual assault have been gaining attention lately (think Peyton Manning and Tennessee, the many allegations at Harvard College, or the breaking story about an Indiana University Title IX coordinator resigning because he was accused of sexual assault). Sexual assault on campus has been a real issue for a lot longer, […]

Being a Sports Fan in Boston

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last 90 years, you probably have some inkling of the fact that Boston has a whole freaking lot of professional sports teams, and a whole freaking lot of very passionate sports fans. I’m sure the level of hysteria here could be somewhat tiring to someone who […]

A Tale of Cold and Food Coma

Several months ago, I finalized plans for my old college roommate who now lives in Philly to come visit me in Boston over the long weekend of Valentine’s Day/President’s Day. She is notorious for having a low cold tolerance (most of our freshman year of college involved silent, passive aggressive battles over our dorm room […]

A law student’s goodbye to Antonin Scalia

Just a short while ago, countless news sources reported that Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia had passed away while on a hunting vacation in Texas (it seems like the death was from natural causes). Moments after hearing the news, I went to Facebook to post my own message of condolences and found my news feed filled with […]

Hungry for food

One thing about studying several hours a day is that you really build up an appetite. I continuously make the rookie mistake of not meal prepping so many of my meals (during finals especially) were ordered online or prepared for me by my lovely friends. Although my wallet suffered, I now have a wealth of […]