A week after Marathon Monday, The Heights follows up with seven BC student runners.
When features editor Archer Parquette happens upon a large body of water, his mind immediately turns to the greatest activity he knows: canoeing.
In high school, Carson Truesdell ran across the Grand Canyon for the adventure of it, and now he’s pushing himself to run the Boston Marathon under 02:30:00.
On top of training for the Boston Marathon, Emma Howe has two internships and performed in the theatre department’s production of Kingdom City.
Sean Kane’s Campus School buddy is now learning to walk, and Kane is running the Boston Marathon to support the school that made it possible.
Features editor Archer Parquette reveals the dichotomy between the extent of his self-expression at BC and at home.
Returning to the Scottish highlands, ‘T2’ finds the crew back at it again with antics and mischief that may end up catching up to them as time trudges forward.
Over 150 BC student staffers, 70 high school teachers, and 650 high school students, came together for EagleMUNC V.
After getting a mod, features editor Archer Parquette took great pains to avoid writing a cliché housing column.
Students with service project ideas have the opportunity to receive $5,000 toward their ideas when they apply for a Legacy Grant.