“I urge everyone who has been on an Appa trip or is going for the first time this Spring Break to not return self-satisfied.”
After a year as Assistant Features Editor, Kayla Fernando is still learning the ropes—and that’s not a bad thing.
The same question presented itself dozens of times. Everyone asked it. Professors, roommates, and, yes, even my parents: “What are your plans for senior year?” I contemplated this question again as I began to write my first column for The Heights in the Chocolate Bar early one morning. Dozens of thoughts rushed through my mind…
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.
Retreats are an intricate part of BC culture—but what happens when their ‘high’ fades away?
The Jesuits at BC addressed the recent attacks in Paris, offering words of hope and resilience during a period of reflection.
All of my time spent off campus has helped me redefine the value of the city and its ability to help me reflect on my time at BC.