Celeste Wells, an associate professor in the communication department, has the students in her spring rhetorical tradition class write thank-you notes to people at BC who make their lives better.
After winning the Goldwater and Churchill Scholarships, Jesse Mu will spend the summer working for Amazon before moving on to Cambridge for his master’s in computer science and Stanford for his Ph.D. in engineering.
Nizar Fares continues to return to the middle east to visit refugee camps and offer support.
Isabella Tropeano, LSOE ’18, will be making the transition from amateur to professional next year, as she is moving from BC pom squad to a Patriots cheerleader.
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.
The African Bridge Network partners college-aged African immigrants with professional mentors.
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.
Michael “Graz” Graziano, LSOE ’17, recently crowned this year’s Mr. BC, relied on his humor, charm, and performance skills to claim the victory.
Rutherford Shireton IV reveals the act of ultimate betrayal in chapter 10 of The Heights’ mystery humor serial.