Kendra Kumor reflects upon her time studying abroad in London, and on the necessity of perspective.
Six Months In Disneyland
Disneyland, like study abroad, is an experience where the normal rules don’t apply, but consequences still exist.
Things I Know For Sure
When you do the learning yourself, the information stays with you long after the experience is over.
The Power At My Fingertips
Writing columns is a privilege not to be taken lightly due to the power and influence that comes with it.
The Broken BC Bubble
Although many students perceive the immediate area around Boston College to be a safe haven, the BC Bubble is only as safe as the people in it.
Teach For America Sets Long-Term Goals
Despite criticism, Teach For America remains popular option for BC grads.
My Struggle With ISIS
One student’s struggle begins with fear of the group and ends in her confidence about making a change.
Hello Friend: The Legacy of Rev. William B. Neenan, S.J.
Neenan leaves behind a legacy of life-long friendship for the thousands of alumni, students, and colleagues that met him over his three decades at BC.
First Year Service Program Prepares For Its Fourth Year
First Year Service Program provides 13 service placements exclusively for freshmen along with a weekly reflection with sophomore mentors.
Why I’m Not On Social Media
Everyone is on social media today, but I still don’t have a single account. After the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge phenomena, however, I’ve come to appreciate the power of social media.