McDonnell’s third goal in four games not enough in BU draw at Northeastern

For a team its own coach claimed lacks a “leadership presence,” midfielder Matt McDonnell is certainly doing all he can to be exactly that for the Boston University men’s soccer team. The sophomore netted his team-leading fourth goal of the season on Tuesday night as the Terriers (5-7-2, 4-1 Patriot League) played Northeastern to a… Read More McDonnell’s third goal in four games not enough in BU draw at Northeastern

Freshman Swedish Goalkeeper Bönnelyche Wants to Leave Behind Legacy in Net

William Bönnelyche’s long arms and 6-foot-4 frame seemingly make him a perfect fit for the basketball court, but it has never been about three-pointers and alley-oops for the Stockholm, Sweden native. For Bönnelyche, soccer has always been his main passion, and now the freshman goalkeeper is 10 hours away from home pursuing a dream that… Read More Freshman Swedish Goalkeeper Bönnelyche Wants to Leave Behind Legacy in Net

Men’s soccer in search of leadership, consistency ahead of upcoming Brown contest

When Neil Roberts began his 33rd year coaching the Boston University men’s soccer team in August, the roster he had at his disposal was unlike the one he had last fall – or even the one he envisioned having this fall. Roberts’ squad had a number of key contributors from last year’s team graduate, but… Read More Men’s soccer in search of leadership, consistency ahead of upcoming Brown contest

Marvin Kalb Says Trump’s First 100 Days “Noted for Confusion”

President Trump is closing in his first 100 days in office, and everyone is seeking to assess the early progress of the country’s 45th president. Marvin Kalb, distinguished journalist and current senior fellow at Brookings, believes that “the learning curve has been very dramatically on the upside for this president.” With the American Health Care Act failing… Read More Marvin Kalb Says Trump’s First 100 Days “Noted for Confusion”

Russian Active Measures Go Beyond 2016 Election

Experts in Russia and cybersecurity revealed that deliberate distribution of false news on social media by Kremlin-funded news source RT was part of Russian active measures throughout the 2016 presidential election. Though an investigation by the House and Senate Intelligence Committees is looking into Russia’s interference during this period, active measures go beyond that timeframe.… Read More Russian Active Measures Go Beyond 2016 Election

Frustrated Democrats Unsure Which Path to Take on Gorsuch

Embroiled in a week-long confirmation hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee, the fate of Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch may rest in the hands of Democratic senators who are torn whether to play politics in a hyper-polarized era. While Gorsuch’s judicial leanings have been the focus of his confirmation hearing this week, much of the… Read More Frustrated Democrats Unsure Which Path to Take on Gorsuch

Tensions Flare at Congressional Town Halls Across the Nation

With partisan tensions at an all-time high, Republicans and Democrats faced angry protesters at town halls across the country during the recent Congressional recess. Constituents expressed concern about a number of President Trump’s policies, though the main issue discussed was the repeal and replacement of Obamacare. Some GOP lawmakers elected not to meet with constituents… Read More Tensions Flare at Congressional Town Halls Across the Nation