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Pennacchio-Harrington: Advice From a Remote Freshman
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Pennacchio-Harrington: Advice From a Remote Freshman

As I said earlier, the key to college is finding balance. And with the right planning, you can find that you have enough time to enjoy both the deep, interesting discussions in your Ecology and Evolution review on Thursdays and the joyous occasion of Facetime Fridays with a friend who lives 2,576 miles away. 

Freshman Year, Covid-19 Edition
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Freshman Year, Covid-19 Edition

College is hard. Like, really hard. The freshman experience feels more like the freshman experiment this year, and it’s hard to keep up. College moves at twice the speed that high school does, and no matter how much anyone warns you, nothing will fully prepare you for the takeoff.  Navigating Canvas makes me feel like...
Don’t Worry, Everyone’s Homesick
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Don’t Worry, Everyone’s Homesick

The echoing chimes from the Gasson bell tower ring throughout campus, Bapst is empty, and the perfectly landscaped Quad is coated with blankets and frisbees. This can only mean one thing: fall semester has begun.  At this point, every Boston College student has arrived on campus and successfully moved into their dorm (which hopefully has…

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