Local Slang: A Guide to Being “Wicked Smaht”

by Kerry Ryan Who are the mysterious people that hang around with some Green Monster? They keep their Red Sox jerseys tucked in neatly as they mosey about with their daily Dunkins styrofoam cups. They can even be spotted throwing their Bruins caps as they yell that you are going wicked slow around the rotary. … Continue reading Local Slang: A Guide to Being “Wicked Smaht”

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Bentley Students Turn Drunken Tirade Into A Campaign To Feed And Clothe Homeless

By Rachel Palumbo Originally posted on The Odyssey There’s nothing college students love more than YouTube videos and mac and cheese, better yet, YouTube videos about mac and cheese. When a YouTube video of a drunken college student aggressively demanding “Jalapeno and Bacon Mac and Cheese” went viral, junior Sathya Perri and freshman Devin Quinn … Continue reading Bentley Students Turn Drunken Tirade Into A Campaign To Feed And Clothe Homeless

Formatting versus Content: The Influence of Specific Formatting Requirements our Writing

By Gabby Tetreault We’ve all been there. A professor assigns a paper, and along with the assignment comes a page-long list of formatting requirements that the paper must meet. The criteria are so specific that we wonder how we’ll be able to get our point across amidst the myriad of rules concerning word choice, sentence … Continue reading Formatting versus Content: The Influence of Specific Formatting Requirements our Writing