The Boston University tennis team turned out its most impressive performance of the fall season this weekend at the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference Tournament, placing fifth in a field of 16 universities that included some of the top teams in the nation. The Terriers finished out the two-day tournament with a 5-2 win against Temple [...]
Running without three of its top five racers, the Boston University men’s cross-country team placed a disappointing ninth in a field of 42 teams at the New England Championships Friday. Freshman Dan Coval and junior Fredrick Naalsund were forced to sit out this weekend due to injuries, while sophomore Paul Morrice was competing in the [...]
Freddy Meyer had just played in the longest hockey game of his life, so naturally he and the rest of his BU hockey teammates expected to wake up in a bit of pain the next morning. They expected to wake up feeling general pain from a grueling 3-2, four-overtime NCAA tournament loss to St. Lawrence [...]
Wielding power tools, banging hammers and splashing paint, several hundred students pulled an all-nighter Friday at The Armory to construct floats for Saturday morning’s Homecoming Parade. Seventeen student groups scurried to transform Mac truck flatbeds and golf carts into a full-scale Homecoming Parade fit for Commonwealth Avenue viewing in just nine hours. For some floatbuilders, carving backdrops out of plywood and painting over cotton tarps made the all-night affair an exercise in resourcefulness.
In an effort to raise money for the local chapter of Habitat for Humanity, representatives of Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream were out Friday recruiting students to volunteer while giving away free samples before the afternoon’s Homecoming Kickoff. Stationed at the George Sherman Union Plaza, students participated in pint-eating contests and signed up to volunteer. [...]