“From where I sit behind my laptop, I cannot stop the hum of war. None of us can. But we can train our ears to hear the hum, and then train ourselves to live responsibly and sustainably in its midst.”
Flying can be scary. So scary, in fact, that you might just need something concrete to look forward to.
Assistant metro editor William Batchelor was recently asked the question “Is college better than you expected, as you expected, or worse than you expected?” Unsettled by the question, Batchelor examines his first year at Boston College.
Looking into the past and constantly yearning for it can come at the detriment of the future as we are the standard bearers for our age, our time, and our generation.
“Based on the University’s hiring of new faculty interested in the field of neuroscience and plans to construct the IISS, BC should recognize that the time to establish a neuroscience major is quickly approaching.”
“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.”
Georgetown University just made the right move in hiring Patrick Ewing to be its next men’s basketball coach—and a few years down the road, BC might benefit from the precedent set by the Hoyas.
North Carolina repealed the controversial HB2 legislation, but replaced it with a bill that still allows for discrimination of the state’s LGBTQ+ community.
Opinions columnist Rachel Loos explains her personal qualms and concerns about the prospect of donating to Boston College after graduating.
Though many enjoy listening to music for its ability to make dull situations more fun, it can also deaden our feelings to the world around us as we insulate ourselves in a soundtrack.