COLUMN: Let’s Stop Putting People In Boxes
If you want the greatest lesson of all time on the perils of human judgment, watch Legally Blonde.
COLUMN: Campus School Brings A Spark
The Campus School is currently an integral part of campus life, and I am afraid to say that taking them off campus would only separate them from mainstream BC society.1 comment
COLUMN: The Trouble With Giving
This Christmas, I pulled my brother-in-law’s name, and I am faced with the same problem I have had for the past several years: How does one buy a gift for someone you only see a handful of times a year?
COLUMN: Violence And Slaves
Despite my internal qualms about finally viewing Steve McQueen’s 12 Years a Slave, I had decided that my desire to have an opinion on the movie superseded my apprehension over whether or not I could sit through the purported scenes of abuse.
COLUMN: Coming To Understand Humility
“Self-love, my liege, is not so vile a sin, as self-neglecting.” So wrote William Shakespeare, and in addition, unknowingly gave license for people to indulge in centuries of arrogance and egotism.
COLUMN: The Trials And Travails Of Abroad
As a senior who studied abroad in the spring of last year, I am reaching that point of the semester where I am starting to feel nostalgic for my time abroad, and with that nostalgia comes a memory of the anticipation and nervousness I felt around this time just a year ago.