There’s a fair amount of talk today about body positivity, self-improvement, and combatting unhealthy workout and diet culture. At the same time, I also think there’s a lot of fear to admit that sometimes we do feel self-judgemental—even to our closest friends.
Newton’s Halloween Window Painting event drew members from across the community in the name of spooky festivities and community artistry.
With the holiday fast approaching, The Heights set out to discover how Newton residents will be spending their Halloween.
The event raised $8,000 for canine-focused nonprofits like Shultz Guest House, Project Samana, and Kyle’s Legacy.
Heights contributor Isabella Dodak recommends her favorite books, songs, and movies to get into the Halloween spirit.
There is plenty going on in Newton over the month, with fun-filled events for the whole family happening across the city.
With the leaves beginning to fall and the air turning chillier, Boston held its first annual Fall-o-Ween Children’s Festival on Oct. 22 in anticipation of the first normal Halloween in two years.
Thumbs Up Jazz in the Background: Midterm weeks pitch a wicked curveball to the Spotify algorithm. Unfortunately, when it’s crunch time, “INDUSTRY BABY” simply won’t cut it. Many claim that classical music is the way to go, but it cannot replicate the improvisation of gentle and upbeat instrumentals that jazz captures. Dressing up for Halloween:…
All around campus this week, students have switched out their hoodies and Patagonias to don spooky get-ups to celebrate Halloween. The Campus Activities Board (CAB) has worked to match students’ Halloween spirit by hosting a variety of events—from haunted houses to scary movies—around Boston College’s campus.