Looking back now, much of that three-year saga felt surreal—I do believe that every Newtonian has their own COVID-19 pandemic story to tell.
Goodbye and A Guy Named Steve
We’ve arrived, inevitably, at the end of things. Three years and thousands of words have all been building to this moment: my final column. There are a few dozen versions of this where I rehash the past, settling scores or changing endings or vying for redemption. I don’t want to do that, though. I want…
Taxali: Tribeca 2021 Shows New York’s Recovery
Arts staff writer Taxali shares his experience of the Tribeca Film Festival, which took place in a socially distanced, outdoor environment.
Kang: Making a Case for Cultural Significance
Assistant arts editor Alicia Kang explores the difference between movies with all-Asian casts and movies of cultural significance.
Continuing the Struggle for Universal Suffrage
The right to vote is one of our nation’s most cherished symbols of democracy and representation. To deny this liberty is to further downgrade those who are already physically and mentally barred from society.
Defensive Struggles Show Long Road Ahead for Eagles
Despite progress under first-year head coach Joanna Bernabei-McNamee, BC women’s basketball’s recent defensive struggles show just how much work the Eagles still have to do in order to complete the rebuild.
Schick: A Farewell to Arts & Review
In his final column as Arts Editor, Jacob Schick reminisces on the changes that always come, even though we sometimes want a little more time.
More Than Just Extra Melanin: My Life Through Freckles
“At the end of the visit the dermatologist always sends me away with a mission that extends my apprehension: Keep watching that freckle for irregularities,” said Joan of a perfectly normal a freckle on her hip that she keeps freaking out about.
Taking a Step Back From Campus
“Sometimes, you need to take a step back in order to see the big picture. Sometimes, you need to defamiliarize the familiar in order to recognize just how special it is.”
Save Late Night
“Speaking of half-baked, how the hell is this whole operation going to function?”