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Healing the Catholic Church in the 21st Century: C21 Center Celebrates Two Decades at BC

“I'm also really proud that the center is really looking to the future of the church, being young people with a particular focus,” Kiefer said. “Our commitment to having big conversations about roles and relationships in the church and the Catholic intellectual tradition … and constantly creating new opportunities to engage more people in important conversations about the importance of God.”

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New Eagle Eye episodes with exclusive interviews with BC’s own students, athletes, and alumni will come out every two weeks, so make sure to check back on Spotify for the latest episode. Eagle Eye is hosted by The Heights Podcast Editors: Eamon O’Malley.

Each Monday and Wednesday, the Podcast Editors bring you Heights news in a casual, quick to the point podcast style.

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Healing the Catholic Church in the 21st Century: C21 Center Celebrates Two Decades at BC

“I'm also really proud that the center is really looking to the future of the church, being young people with a particular focus,” Kiefer said. “Our commitment to having big conversations about roles and relationships in the church and the Catholic intellectual tradition … and constantly creating new opportunities to engage more people in important conversations about the importance of God.”
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End of the Eagle Era: How to Savor Your Senior Year

Whether you listen to “Rivers and Roads” by The Head And The Heart or “Boston” by Augustana on repeat or are wrapped up in the post-graduate job search, we as seniors must ensure that we make the most out of our BC experience. As alumni often reminisce on their last year at BC being their best, here are a few tips on how to make the most out of your final year on the Heights:

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When my tour guide said that Boston College is “only as Catholic as you make it,” they may have been reflecting a true reality for many students. As a Jew and a member of the LGBTQ+ community, it has not always been true for me. When I first learned that BC refused the creation of a student funded LGBTQ+ resource center on the grounds that doing so would compromise the University’s “Catholic values,” I was astonished.

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This past week, two teams launched their bids for UGBC president and vice president Friday afternoon, Boston College Women’s basketball won the first round of WNIT Thursday night after missing out on the NCAA tournament, and the Boston College Board of Trustees voted to raise undergraduate tuition to 62,950 dollars for the 2022-2023 academic year,...
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