Shannon Kelly discusses her love of McDonald’s, Krispy Kreme, and all of the finest junk foods, and how her first trip to SoulCycle changed how she thought about her diet.
Karen Arnold has contributed groundbreaking work to the study of valedictorians and their futures, and has also developed research on better serving underprivileged students.
Students with service project ideas have the opportunity to receive $5,000 toward their ideas when they apply for a Legacy Grant.
Donnah Canavan says that her signature course, Positive Psychology, focuses on helping a person “flourish” and face negative events head-on.
The BC Innocence Project, inspired by The Innocence Project founded in 1992, is a program at BC Law that serves to provide legal help to those in Massachusetts wrongfully convicted of crimes.
Features editor Archer Parquette recounts a particularly futile day in the life, when the plows of Wisconsin made him shovel his driveway multiple times as his neighbor looked on.
His dedication to serving others extends into BC’s Resident Assistant program as well.
Joanna Oxford continues her tale of an audacious gentleman, a Krav Maga expert, and two men competing for most annoying in the history of The Mursday Effect.
Professor of Islamic Civilization and Societies David DiPasquale has a goal to educate and inform his students about the rich culture of Islam.
Treseann Ainsworth, along with Franco Mormando from the romance languages department, has created a Pilot course for freshmen that explores love and marriage in the past and present.