What’s the best way to find out about the latest campus news, scandals and gossip? TWITTER, of course. If you’re feeling overwhelmed by the number of BC-related accounts—Not to worry, we’ve got your back. Here are some Twitter accounts worthy of your follow.
Let’s start with the basics, shall we? Boston College’s official Twitter will fill your feed with campus-wide occurrences and pride-inducing news. It’s the perfect place for all of you lil’ Eagles to begin your BC Twitter experience.
The BCStreak is one-stop shopping for all things BC. From interacting with various BC news sources and students to random yet entertaining updates, the Streak never disappoints. Also, be sure to sign up for weekly updates.
I was going to put this first, but then I thought that would be a bit obnoxious. So, I put it third. Follow The Gavel on Twitter for continuous updates from “The progressive student voice of Boston College.” Learn about the latest in BC news, sports, music, TV and so much more. Also, be sure to follow the specific section accounts—@BCGavelCulture, @BCGavelSports, @BCGavelOpinions, @BCGavelNews and @BCGavelFeatures.
BC Interruption is perfect for all of you BC sport fanatics. The Twitter account provides constant updates on the sports happenings at BC #EaglesOnTheWarpath.
Now for the less serious, parody accounts that fill my Twitter feed with hilarious nonsense. Here is where the real fun begins.
Ah Che-Chi… the man, the myth, the legend. Who’s Che-Chi, you ask. He’s an extremely crucial part of your freshman year. Che-Chi runs the “authentic hot Italian sausage stands” on both Upper and Lower Campus. Okay, so I’m not sure if the guy who works there is named Che-Chi, but I just assume that he is. Anyway, there were an embarrassing number of weekend nights when I went up to the stand just to chat with Che-Chi. There was actually a point when we were on a first name basis. This parody Twitter account is a very authentic representation of “Che-Chi’s” voice (I would know). His hilarious commentary on BC students’ weekend activities is unsettlingly accurate—as you will soon find out.
I hate to encourage BC Stereotypes, but I think this account is too funny (and sometimes accurate) to ignore. The biddie, a rather interesting species, is found all over the BC campus. Get constant updates on the trials and tribulations of being a Lululemon-and-Ugg-wearing biddie.
After a few months on campus, you’ll start to notice certain problems that all BC students acknowledge. Whether you can’t deal with the disgusting-ness of the Plex or the line at Hillside that is out of hand, Boston College Problems is a great reminder that you’re not the only one dealing with these issues.