In a series of texts, columnist Emily Sadeghian recounts her journey on the Heights and passes the torch to the next generation of Eagles.
Emily Sadeghian reflects on her final 100 days of senior year.
Learning from the Selgae—or, Eagles—I live around.
Senior Emily Sadeghian discusses generational disillusionment and how it affects the workplace environment.
A BC senior examines the University’s aesthetic, and its place in the development of personal narratives.
BC student reflects on the irony present within the millennial society and its far-reaching implications.
A BC student describes her 22 years clean amid a social culture often involving the consumption of alcohol.
This article is the product of a series of investigations, undercover spying, focus groups, phone…
Like the movie ‘Birdman,’ which was was filmed with invisible cuts, there are no transitions or ellipses in real life, so when we find ourselves being inauthentic in one take, it’s bound to carry over.