After months of late-night exam cramming and essay writing, the last week of classes is here. While saying goodbye to our favorite professors is bittersweet, we are all ready to leave behind the surface-level small talk with classmates and hurried walks to 9 a.m. classes, if only for a month.
Is BC, a university where Connors earned an honorary doctorate and previously served as chairman of the Board of Trustees, setting an example of inclusivity for the Catholic Church, especially with regard to gender equality?
While I agree with the intentions of the environmental movement, I think our generation’s fear of climate change is overly pessimistic and lacks positive foresight.
It might sound cliche, but the only way I’ve been able to truly move past rejection and stoke personal growth is by viewing failure as a gateway to second chances rather than an excuse to give up.
I was horrified but not shocked to learn that the CEO of ExxonMobil recently spoke at the Boston College Chief Executives Club.
The Ode of Remembrance is a verse I have committed to memory since I was at least 6 years old. And as I sit and write this, mere moments from the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, it is echoing in my mind.
In 2019, beloved director Martin Scorsese made a statement where he said, “I don’t think [Marvel movies are] cinema,” sparking backlash from all over the internet.