While we’re at BC, what we do tends to define who we are, making it difficult to think of ourselves independent of our involvement, particularly when our commitments end.
All jokes aside, this is an issue that—surprise, surprise—divides America into two camps. On one side, you have the “Holiday Season Libertarians,” and on the other side, the “Strict Adherents.”
Boston College embraces the Jesuit education of the person, but falls short in the education of the body. The University does nothing to encourage an understanding of healthy sexual relationships.
Allowing our vision of BC to obscure the realities of it ultimately damage that initial vision and close the school off from new possibilities.
Early on a Sunday morning, Boston is a lonely place—but a window reflection can provide some company.
The Executive Council of UGBC apologizes for the process by which it chose the replacement for Chris Marchese as Executive Vice President and for the lack of transparency in the process. The has been re-evaluated, and the appointment of Connor Bourff as Marchese’s replacement will be subject to Student Assembly approval, as per the Constitution
The Hater’s Guide is back for one last pathetic run before I fade into the sunset and move to Alberta.
In most of our classes, we are not asked to think creatively. When faced with a project, such as a thesis, in which we actually have to come up with ideas, we are often at a loss for how to proceed.
Is accommodating growing crowds or retaining old traditions more important when it comes to My Mother’s Fleabag hosting its Big Shows in The O’Connell House?
The Nights on the Heights fallacy endures, when in truth, there’s no way to “opt out” of Boston College’s drinking culture.