“Good grades, social life, or sleep. Pick two.” But that doesn’t mean we need to pick the same two all the time.
A Senior’s Seven Unresolved Uncertainties
While we’re on the subject of buses, a senior (who will remain anonymous) accidentally got on the Newton bus a month ago—seniors: We’re just like you.
Reaffirming My Love for BC
“I hadn’t thought about the unique BC-isms that contribute so strongly to my happiness here in probably two years—but then my little brother moved into a triple in Keyes North four weeks ago.”
The Beauty of Being Back On Campus
“I get to see people in the elevator and in my hallway, and we even have neighbors whose conversations I can hear through the wall!”
Appreciating BC After Studying Abroad
“Soon enough, you’ll be tossed into the world as a new graduate with a full time job and rent payments, and you will crave those study days in O’Neill with stacks of case studies to read alongside your goofy best friends from freshman year.”
Losing the Thrill of Going Out
“I was hoping I would be able to feel that excitement again, but I ended up just feeling old and jaded.”
Learning to Manage Expectations
Assistant Metro Editor Will Batchelor writes about what drew him to a suburban college over his old dream of city college life.
Opting out of SWUG Culture and Focusing on Senior Success
SWUGhood is a choice, but the plummeting self-esteem of female students is something that needs work to change. And that work begins with opting out of the washed-up mentality.
Master of None: Reaping the Benefits of Conscious Disengagement
The same question presented itself dozens of times. Everyone asked it. Professors, roommates, and, yes, even my parents: “What are your plans for senior year?” I contemplated this question again as I began to write my first column for The Heights in the Chocolate Bar early one morning. Dozens of thoughts rushed through my mind…