Copy editor Meadow Vrtis reveals her introspective side, surprising opinions editor Tommy Roche.
BC Can’t Break Through Brown’s Defense in Foul-Ridden Loss
BC and Brown combined for 22 fouls in the Eagles’ 1–0 loss on Tuesday.
Painful Predictions: Mean-Spirited Horoscopes From a Dude Who Refuses to Believe in All of This Stuff
Aries signs, the first sign per the Zodiac philosophy (“philosophy”), are traditionally courageous and unpredictable. As much as you might boast, mustering up the courage to call for a food pickup from the guy at Crazy Dough’s doesn’t require as much confidence as you might think. If God gives his toughest battles to his strongest soldiers, you’ve been put in the reserves for the day.
“Of course, you know, at BC, as a senior, it’s such a momentous day that, you know, everyone’s looking forward to, and they’re all cheering you on,” Smyth said. “So all my friends were [cheering me on,] as I said. It was really amazing. It’s really what I wanted to do, to finish [my time at] BC doing the Marathon.”
BC Documentaries Highlight Global Injustices in Salmanowitz Screening
During the 24th Annual Arts Festival, students came together to learn about global social justice issues through documentary screenings.
Former Ohio Governor John Kasich Speaks About Personal Growth, Today’s Politics at Clough Colloquium
John Kasich, former Ohio governor and 2016 Republican presidential candidate, stressed the importance of personal growth and evolution during a speech at Boston College on Thursday.
NPS Committee Votes For Removal of Mask Mandate in a Straw Poll, Official Vote to Come Next Week
Some citizens voiced objections, including a parent with an immunocompromised child, among others.
Coburn Converts BC Entrepreneurship Into ‘Golden Data’ With Jebbit
“Jebbit is a platform that lets big brands create interactive experiences without needing to have any coding knowledge or design experience,” Coburn said. “You might go to L’Oréal’s website and see a quiz to find the right product for you … all of these quizzes and other interactive experiences are built on [Jebbit], and you can put them anywhere you want.”
BC Dining and EcoPledge Team Up for Collection of Lost Dishware
On Wednesday, EcoPledge embarked on a door-to-door trek throughout Stayer, Walsh, and 90 St. Thomas More Rd. in hopes of collecting some of the hundreds of plates, bowls, and silverware that have vanished from dining halls throughout the semester.
The March(ing Band) for Class Credit
Boston College football has been hit or miss this year. As a member of the marching band this season, having to play during major losses can make it difficult to enjoy my Saturdays. To cheer us up after such disappointing games, our band director often repeats a cute mantra: “Whether the Eagles win or lose,…