For this Heights editor-in-chief turned columnist, life at Boston College is coming to fruition, with much more appreciation than when she started.
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.
If you know one thing, know this: The Super Bowl represents a glorious culmination of all there is to dislike about America.
Some students contend that recent changes seeking to enable accessibility on campus are barely scratching the surface of problems surrounding access at Boston College.
The lack of representation for students with physical disabilities was brought back under consideration this past February, when Phoebe Fico, A&S ’16, wrote a Letter to the Editor that was published in The Heights.
The main room of Bapst Library has been replaced by O’Neill Library as the 24/5 study space for students since classes started at Boston College.