COLUMN: Classifying The World
“There are two types of people in this world—people who classify others into groups, and those who don’t."
The saying goes, “Home is where the heart is,” so I can’t possibly consider Boston College a home—or so I thought.
COLUMN: Euthanasia And Children
The lower house of the Belgian parliament recently voted to extend legalized euthanasia to minors. The new measure would enable terminally ill children who experience “constant and intolerable” suffering to procure euthanasia. Naturally, the proposed measure has met resistance and has been the cause of a heated debate in the small country.
COLUMN: Time Is In Our Hands
Time is one of the few things that every sentient creature on Earth experiences equally, in the sense that every minute and day is the same for all and more can’t be bought. In addition, it is the only state of being that we experience that is totally ours to do with as we wish, for time is what the events of our life are made of.
COLUMN: The Olympics In Review
As the 2014 Winter Olympics have now come to a close, we have the privilege of reflecting on this year’s games. The biggest question I have come to ask myself is, was Sochi the right choice?
COLUMN: The Classics Major
The classics major, one of the last, is staring into the black depths of UIS. People say it’s ancient, UIS, but he knows that word. The word itself, the construction of it, he knows, too.