After a year as Assistant Features Editor, Kayla Fernando is still learning the ropes—and that’s not a bad thing.
Since its inception, the Screaming Eagle has satisfied generations of hungry BC students.
BC faculty discuss the biological causes and psychological impacts of breast cancer and the stories of those who have fought it.
As she begins her junior year, Assistant Features Editor Kayla Fernando reflects on her former roommate’s cryptic parting words.
The newest addition to the roof of Fulton Hall is the bee’s knees-literally.
Assistant Features Editor Kayla Fernando left Blick Art Materials with more than cardstock, glue sticks, and a coloring book.
BC EMS was on duty this Marathon Monday, providing emergency medical care for athletes and spectators alike.
An upcoming Medical Humanities conference hosted by BC will explore the intersection between medicine and the humanities, and will feature presentations of submissions by writers from around the Northeast.
If you want to learn about what makes us human, open a book. Books chronicle our progress through time, recording our unique stories, cultures, and ways of thinking for posterity.