Boston’s Dreams of Durant Crushed By Former Providence Star

With 5:06 remaining in Saturday night’s game 6 of the Western Conference Finals Kevin Durant sank a jumper to give his team a 96-89 lead, and put them on the verge of the NBA finals. The Thunder star, who has flown relatively under the radar compared to league MVP Steph Curry and Cavaliers star LeBron James, … More Boston’s Dreams of Durant Crushed By Former Providence Star

Views: Album Review

Before I begin the review, I have to admit that I have always been guilty of being a ‘Drake hater’ even though I do occasionally listen to his music and can’t deny his talent as a rapper and singer. Whether it’s his melodramatic songs, his sudden Toronto Raptors fandom, not writing his lyrics or just … More Views: Album Review

The Risk of Off-Campus Housing

In 2014, the Boston Globe’s Spotlight division published a trio of articles named Shadow Campus, that highlighted the dangers of overcrowding in off-campus housing at schools like Boston University and Northeastern. The combination of careless and sometimes greedy landlords and neglect by city officials to enforce laws cultivated neighborhoods of broken down apartments, jam packed with students at … More The Risk of Off-Campus Housing

Bosh’s Big Decision

Last month, the Miami Heat officially announced that star forward Chris Bosh was out for the remainder of the playoffs. The announcement followed tension between Bosh and the team over whether or not to allow him on the court. Bosh has been out since the all-star break in mid February, with his second blood clot … More Bosh’s Big Decision