In the first official episode of the sports podcast from The Heights, “The Bald Win,” editors Andy Backstrom, Bradley Smart and Peter Kim discuss BC sports success in soccer and volleyball, football’s first ranking since 2008, middle school bangers and more in this week’s episode! Timestamps for this week’s episode below: Bold Takes: :30 Weekly…
The Heights Sports Podcast: September 14th, 2018
In the second episode of 2018, Heights sports editors Andy Backstrom and Peter Kim discuss Boston College’s most recent win against Wake Forrest, BC’s first 3-0 start since 2007 and what to watch out for in the next few games against Purdue, Temple, NC State and Louisville. To read more about the game and BC…
The Heights Sports Podcast: September 7th, 2018
Catch up on the past week in sports on the heights with sports editors Andy Backstrom, Bradley Smart and Peter Kim as they discuss all the statistics you need to know before the first rival Holy Cross match up in 32 years.
‘Eagle-Eyed’ – April 5, 2018
On this episode… Jack and Jack discuss the future of the Never Again movement with Quinn O’Connor, and how the movement has grown out of the Parkland shooting and how it is taking shape at Boston College The undefeated women’s lacrosse team and their current season Some additional background reading: The Heights on the roots of…
‘Eagle-Eyed’: March 22, 2018
On this episode… Jack and Jack give a recap of the past month here on the Heights and discuss BC sports and Union updates. Tuition increase for the 2018-2019 school year and trends from the past Caroll School of Management grade inflation and the steps CSOM is taking to combat grade inflation The results of…
‘Eagle-Eyed’: Student and Administrator Efforts Following the ‘Silence Is Still Violence’ March
Both individuals highlighted the importance of clarifying the consequences of committing acts of racism or hate on BC’s campus.
‘Eagle-Eyed’: Boston Mayoral Election Race, Marty Walsh and Tito Jackson
Both candidates have similar goals in many ways, but differ on the practical steps to achieve them.
‘Eagle-Eyed’: Black Lives Matter Signs Vandalism and ‘Silence Is Still Violence’ March
This story starts 84 years ago, when Casper Augustus Ferguson began attending and eventually graduated from BC. He was miserable.
‘Eagle-Eyed’: Explaining Boston College’s Graduate Student Union
Graduate student unionization is a complicated issue, and has been for decades. Here’s the gist.
‘Eagle-Eyed’: Boston’s ‘Pete Frates Day’ and Fr. Leahy Condemns White Supremacy
On this episode of Eagle-Eyed, the commemoration of the new “Pete Frates Day” in Boston, and BC’s president condemns white supremacists.