“At over $60,000 a year, it’s tough to admit that maybe things could’ve gone better—that maybe you’ve already lost the marathon.”
Learning a Lesson Behind Prison Walls
“Every week, nine 4Boston members (including myself), and a handful of PULSE students volunteer in the prison’s education department.”
How Free Tuition Would End College Competition
“By instituting free tuition, public universities will lose the competitive edge that makes them so elite.”
Embracing Our Friends, or Moving On
Parts of BC, from our poor housing system to our competitive personalities, make students doubt the strength of their friendships.
You’re Single? Good
We need to stop pursuing relationships like we do a homework assignment or internship. Finding a life partner cannot be another checkmark on your college to-do list.
A 1/292 Chance of Being Happy?
We are so desperate to improve the quality of our lives—our happiness—that we unconsciously ignore the numbers. It is our innate hope that creates optimists instead of realists.
Continuing to Recognize Sept. 11
A moment of recognition for the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11 was rejected last week at the University of Minnesota, and the implications of the decision deserves analysis.
Question Is True Wisdom And True Learning
The prospect of questioning everything you believe can be terrifying, but the consequence of not asking questions is even scarier.
Game Of Thrones & The Death Penalty
When looking at the Boston Bombing case, it’s important to remember the society in which we live, and how the death penalty has the potential to mask the problem of terrorism.
The Crumbling Atlases Of March Madness
Every March, everyone buys into the madness of NCAA playoff season—but it begs the question: who stands to gain, and who stands to lose?