To do The Heights is often to make the mere suburban blip that is BC into the whole world, to zoom in so close that you breathlessly rewrite headlines at 1 a.m. to better capture the most microscopic of details, or reword a caption on page 14 to reflect this rather than that. […]
Schlozman published an article about sexual harassment on college campuses in 1991. […]
“If you stay silent, over time, it’s easier and easier to stay silent. Or you [can] speak up. It gets easier and easier to speak,” said Greenfield.
“I’m in music because I like to connect to people. And that’s the vehicle through which I do it. … It’s the connections that I’ve been able to have, the heart-to-heart and soul-to-soul connections with so many people that comes from really great music-making that is what drove me to it and what keeps me inspired,” Ambrose said. […]
“She’s brought a much-needed visibility to anthropology as a sort of important field that attunes us in education around the people and movement in the context … of all the work we do,” said John Wargo. […]
“It was just the most shocking thing I had ever seen,” McCartney said as she recalled arriving in the devastated New Orleans. “To see that level of destruction and devastation … helped me realize that this whole system of disaster recovery and response in our country, at the time, was really broken.” […]
“… people are worth more than just being animals. People have an inherent worth that is elevated by their connection to God,” said Vaccaro.
“The question is how are you most effectively going to engage with the political structures and political like, and I think again, dialogue, engagement, participation, and sometimes confrontation,” Von Arx said. […]
“Theatre can do anything from entertain to inspiring radical change. That is the power of the craft,” said Maurice Emmanuel Parent, this year’s Monan Professor in Theatre Arts at BC. […]
Middle English, Medieval Literature, and the 14th Century’s customs and intricacies may seem inaccessible and irrelevant to students in 2018, but Erik Weiskott (Twitter verified professor and media-extraordinaire) proves that notion wrong. […]