“If you want to go fast, go alone—if you want to go far, go together,” Nakash said. “There’s not just a divide among the students, there’s a divide between the students and admin as well. And if we can unite the Heights, or at the very least lay the foundation for the unification to take place, we can be the start of uniting the Heights.”
Kotzen and Heckelman: Acceptance, Academics, Activity, and Adjustment
When he came to Boston College, Kotzen quickly became involved with UGBC. Currently, he serves as the Council for Students with Disabilities policy coordinator and the Student Assembly (SA) Intersectionality Committee chairperson. Now, Kotzen is running to be the next UGBC president.
Plater Works to Save the Snail Darter Species From Extinction
“The thing that really grabbed me, of course, was this little Tennessee River and this little fish,” Plater said. “The first law of ecology is that everything’s connected to everything else, and so that little fish was connected to the corrupt economics. It was connected to the corrupt politics.”
Homemade on the Heights: Avocado Toast with a Poached Egg
Avocado toast is a dish you can easily make in your dorm as it requires few steps and materials. The only tricky part is making a poached egg without a stovetop. I’m not one to compromise when it comes to avocado toast though, so I’ve mastered a microwave egg-poaching strategy.
Morgan’s Guide to the North End
Everybody loves the North End, but if you don’t make a plan before you go, you might run into lines and long wait times. There are many popular places worth the visit, and I’ve listed some below, but my recommendations also include overlooked places you may not know.
Boston in Full Bloom: Tips on Exploring the City in the Spring
The city caters to all types of people—shoppers, foodies, adventurers, sports fanatics, art and history buffs, music fans, and more. Here are some tips on how to make the most of Boston this spring.
Rise and Shine: How to Become a Morning Person
If you find yourself feeling groggy in the morning, there are several ways to become an early bird and have more productive mornings.
Hit the Pause Button: Slowing Down at Boston College
Amid the busyness of college life, when I’m juggling everything from class readings to group projects, club meetings, and job commitments, I find it challenging to hit the pause button. If you’re like me, you long to calm the storm for a few moments and soak in everyday’s ordinary moments.
BC Effective Altruism Integrates Intentionality Into Giving Back
“To me, it’s an organization that’s interested in looking at the ways that we can help the world through a more critical lens,” Gardner said. “More specifically, it’s a program that’s hoping to look at the world through a lens of data and logic and reason to see where we can kind of make the most difference and affect the most lives in the most positive ways we can.”
Morgan’s Guide to Eating Vegan in Boston
If you want to experiment with vegan restaurants but are unsure how to go about it, look no further than my top picks.