After summer, it takes focus and attention to shift back into the mode of classes, dorms, and BC life.
The new Center for Teaching Excellence creates a central location on campus with resources and training for professors and graduate students to create a better classroom experience.
The FCC is currently in the process of determining new regulations, which could radically change how the Internet functions and affect the everyday lives of all BC students.
When offering advice to naive freshmen, I’ve always told them to follow their dreams, but sometimes that is delusional.
When the grievances are not that serious, it becomes difficult to have a conversation about policy and how sometimes implementation is what’s important.
It’s mostly about fire … fire and Cityside. There’s even one Thumbs Down that brings the two together (sort of).
The new initiatives of the Women’s Center, along with its scheduled move to Maloney Hall, promise to make it more effective at serving BC students.
In both the new SuperFan Zone before the game and the football game itself, BC successfully created an atmosphere around the game that complimented the upset over the Trojans.
There was so much going on Saturday night. We cheered, we stormed the field, and we couldn’t properly celebrate our hard-fought victory in the Mods.
Both the shooting in Ferguson and the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge have evoked strong responses in social media. We must remember to address the important issues for their own sake, not for our own benefit.