BC encourages its students to be men and women for others, to set the world aflame. Yet BC’s own actions are at odds with its message, as the university continues to privilege and recognize only financial contributions.
Even with the number of cool things that we can do from our living room couch growing more numerous, there is still something so enthralling and hypnotic about a night out at the movies.
It was great to see the Own It Summit come to Boston College, and we hope that more important discussions and events like this one are hosted on campus in the future.
Programs like EagleMUNC and BC Splash provide Boston College students with the opportunity to engage in service outside of what is typically expected.
Allowing students to encounter people and conversations that they don’t like, or that makes them uncomfortable is the perfect opportunity to learn and grow, which is what a university is built to do.
Through a goofy premise, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt shows us that no matter who we are, or what situation we are in, we have the power to define our self-worth.
Another second semester break is upon us, and things are going to be moving pretty quick after it’s over, so let’s enjoy it, okay?
Every March, everyone buys into the madness of NCAA playoff season—but it begs the question: who stands to gain, and who stands to lose?
As the acceptance percentage drops, the University becomes full of more competitive and qualified students for the coming academic year.
Tuition hikes have become so common that we fail to recognize or challenge them—what changes have the increased tuition brought to the University?