If you made it back to Boston in time for St. Patrick's Day last Saturday, hopefully you wore green, indulged in Bailey's, and brushed shoulders with a lucky leprechaun.
On Tuesday night, six student activists from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School spoke at the JFK Jr. Forum. Earlier that day, they had a lunchtime conversation with undergraduates, and met with President Faust to promote tomorrow's March for Our Lives, and their broader platform.
The Zambrero grand opening had students lined up out the door, eagerly awaiting free burritos and a taste of the company's "Plate 4 Plate" mission.
Disco Band! was one of two Battle for Yardfest winners, along with 21 Colorful Crimson, a group composed entirely of freshmen musicians. The lucky winners will be opening for real-life rap stars Wale and Lil Yachty.
So much for Spring happening this week. And so much for major snow event. Much to Leslie Kirwan's delight, all we got was a minor wintry mix on Thursday. We might get more snow this Sunday, which is equally unhelpful.