Erin Flaherty (she/her) is the Assistant Magazine Editor for The Heights. You can reach her at [email protected]

Healing the Catholic Church in the 21st Century: C21 Center Celebrates Two Decades at BC
Top Story, Features, Long-term Features, Long-form Features

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.”

From 1973 to 2022: The Abortion Debate at BC
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From 1973 to 2022: The Abortion Debate at BC

Across the country and at BC, both abortion-rights and anti-abortion advocates are processing the Dobbs decision, which overturned the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade decision, establishing that the U.S. Constitution does not recognize a federal right to an abortion. Although not physically together on campus, students, alumni, and professors are grappling with what this decision means for the future of abortion in the United States.

Trials and Transformation: The 50-Year History of Title IX
Long-form Features, Title IX, Features, Long-term Features

Trials and Transformation: The 50-Year History of Title IX

Title IX—passed on June 23, 1972—prohibits discrimination based on sex within educational programs or activities that receive federal funding in a mere 37 words:

“No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.”

Caroline Kacha
Profiles, 2022 Marathon Profiles

Caroline Kacha

“Once you get over [Heartbreak Hill] and … you see the place that you’ve been over the last four years—it just kind of was a sigh of relief,” Kacha said. “Honestly, I can’t even put into words how amazing it was to kind of just see all the people that I’ve spent my entire four years here with just there supporting me.”

Rev. Brian Dunkle
Profiles, 2022 Marathon Profiles

Rev. Brian Dunkle

“I stopped doing [marathons] because they take a lot of time and a lot of training,” Dunkle said. “But many people encouraged me to do the Boston Marathon because it’s so famous and so old, the legacy attached to it, the tradition.” 

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