“For me, it came in all of those things, and in the people who walked home with me from Heights production, in a blizzard, after a 12-hour work session, with snow stinging our faces and catching in our eyelashes, and stars winking at us from above.”
“There could be many more Joycesticks, but nothing can grow in a desert. The future of the creativity of BC students rests on the willingness of the administration to plant some seed money.”
“Achampong and King have support from all sides to push harder on free speech and make headway for student rights that have been missing in the past.”
“It’s possible that, perhaps, he is thinking about his time in office and the praise and criticism it has received.”
“This is not a normal presidency, and BC students know it. They shouldn’t have to act alone.”
“Students who came to BC to (theoretically) carry the torch and light the way end up high in the sky, sitting in anonymous cubicles, behind glossy windows that look down at the bustling people of the world.”
There is no precedent to turn a novel into a virtual reality game of this scope—not at BC or any university or museum.
Here’s some advice: the summer of being 9 at the beach will end. Stomach aches don’t last forever. Neither does ice cream.
The second-best bagel of all time is across the river in Cambridge.
On Monday morning, the Undergraduate Government of Boston College released a statement addressing the BC community in the aftermath of violent events.