Natasha Bednarz, MCAS '17, won a Fulbright scholarship to research geology in the Caucasus region with the Transect Project.
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"The rise of illiberalism is nothing new, but its resurgence is a tour de force, and a scary one at that. And as President Donald Trump has just received his 100-day report card, we would be wise to consider his similarities with the aforementioned cohort."
"The most important thing that I’ve learned at GrubStreet is that you can be inspired by anyone."
Since she came to Boston College a year late as a transfer, Shannon Kelly is trying to make up for lost time by participating in the typical BC traditions.
Looking out over the quieted Upper Campus below and the humblingly beautiful sky above him, it’s sunsets like this that he knows he’ll miss next semester.
"I caution anyone against viewing ADHD medication as a cure-all for their academic and other problems. I just hope to promote an environment where we don’t have to stay hyper-focused constantly. It’s okay to just chill out sometimes."
"Many instantly connect the strike with a policy of regime change, and I don’t see why this should be the case."
When features editor Archer Parquette happens upon a large body of water, his mind immediately turns to the greatest activity he knows: canoeing.
In the penultimate chapter of The Mursday Effect, our heroes face the end of all things and the group is separated by a savior trope and a romantic interlude.