Spring is bittersweet. It marks the end of our academic year and the last few weeks with college friends, but it also symbolizes the turning of a new chapter.
BC Hot Takes: Voicing My Most Stubborn Opinions About Campus
As the school year comes to a close, I think it is time to finally share some of the Boston College hot takes that have accumulated in the back of my mind over the past two years.
Leaf: Top Fashion Trends to Follow in Spring 2023
Arts Staff Writer Parker Leaf predicts five fashion trends for Boston College students as the weather gets warmer this Spring semester.
Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down: Week of April 16
With the first glimpse of summer at the end of last week, Boston College students emerged from their dorm rooms and flooded the quads.
A Prescription for Sound
I am sure we are all too familiar with the major glitches that affected Spotify a week or two ago. Everyone was kicked out of their accounts, and there were plenty of comical tweets begging for Spotify to let us back in to keep listening to our coveted music. But in that brief period, if…
Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down: Week of March 22
Thumbs Up: First Week of Spring This Saturday marked the first day of spring, and hopefully is a sign of warmer weather to come. While Boston winters are a staple, Boston College students are all ready to ditch the layers and piles of snow on the side of the road. COVID-19 Vaccinations Massachusetts’ COVID-19 vaccination…
Study Abroad Application Process Adjusted Based on Student Feedback
After making adjustments to the study abroad application process last year, the Office of International Programs (OIP) will no longer require students to list a fall program on their study abroad applications and will now ask students to list six programs, instead of three, when they apply.
Annual Art in Bloom Festival Celebrates the Return of Spring
Fresh flowers and breathtaking arrangements filled the MFA this weekend. Visitors flocked to the annual festival to see their favorite works reimagined in bloom.
Warm Winters: TU/TD
“But this prematurely mild weather, besides taunting everyone with a brief taste of spring, conceals a frightening phenomenon that becomes increasingly problematic while people continue to deny its existence.”
False fire alarms are the bane of this thumb’s existence.