From our beautiful campus to our treasured friends, we all have something or someone to be grateful for this holiday season. Smile, sleep, eat good food, hold your loved ones close, and enjoy this quick break before we move into finals season.
Journalists don’t always own their bias. But at The Heights, it’s part of our motto. “For a Greater Boston College” means we want this University to do well. And for over 100 years, we have told the stories of this University and built dialogue that uplifts conversation on campus.
Boston College prides itself on addressing the full financial need of its students. It has an opportunity to further its commitment to supporting low-income families by joining the College Cost Transparency Initiative.
While the University should properly communicate with students regarding how changing state rules will affect on-campus life, students should make sure that they are fully aware of what the rules entail in order to be responsible citizens.
In his youth, Ingram often pored over pictures of Mass., thinking, “You know, someday, my life’s going to look like that. I’m going to move to New England and wear khakis and penny loafers without socks, and tweed jackets, and strut around, and go out on my friends’ boats. And it’s weird…that was when I was eight and all of that has come true somehow.”
Communication professor Vincent Rocchio recently released a book on how the Catholic church communicates with the rest of the world.