The Heights awarded Eradicate Boston College Racism with a momentum award for its anti-racist activity on campus throughout the 2015-16 academic year.
Marcel Uwineza’s story is a long one, he warns, but both his experiences surviving the Rwandan Genocide and becoming involved in the Catholic Church is have made him the man he is today.
In a series of texts, columnist Emily Sadeghian recounts her journey on the Heights and passes the torch to the next generation of Eagles.
Paul Sherban, MCAS ’16, will bike 4,000 miles on a journey to record the essence of Americana.
Mike Sacco, director of the BC Center for Student Formation, is the conduit between students and campus culture.
Assistant Features Editor Kayla Fernando left Blick Art Materials with more than cardstock, glue sticks, and a coloring book.
Coming off of a hectic elections year, the BC Elections Committee takes a well-deserved breather and reflects on a wild semester in undergraduate politics.
Russell Simons and Meredith McCaffrey, both MCAS ’17, joined the race late, but won fast.
BC EMS was on duty this Marathon Monday, providing emergency medical care for athletes and spectators alike.
It’s a personal choice, and different for each individual, but I am confident at this point in the semester in my decision to stay at BC. I think about the new relationships I’ve formed. I think about the fear, sadness, anxiety, and pain that I’ve learned to overcome on my own.