Ten clubs showcased their respective cultures through food, traditions, and games in the spirit of night markets, which bring people together in cities across the globe.
University Should Send Out Additional Information on New Stay-at-Home Advisory
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.
How to Meet Your Neighbors (The College Edition)
Imagine opening the door of your home to a horde of small, female strangers exuding awkwardness, shoving a dozen donuts in your face and yelling, “These are for you!” Nightmare? Dream come true? Who’s to say? Either way, my neighbors don’t have to imagine—they lived this predicament last Tuesday when they met me and my…
Be Thankful the Other 364 Days of the Year
Thanksgiving is a joyous time centered around family, food, and of course, giving thanks. With life seemingly becoming faster paced by the day—whether that be due to technological advances or simply getting older—I find the celebration of Thanksgiving increasingly more essential in reminding us all to appreciate what we have. The other 364 days of…
We Can All Learn from “The Patriot Way”
It’s that time of year again—football season is in full swing, and the New England Patriots are 7-0. Patriots fans like myself are, as usual, thriving off team wins but also highly critical of each game, which drives non-Patriots fans crazy. While we do, however, acknowledge being spoiled, Patriots fans continue to expect nothing less…
Skunk Hunting in the Mods, Part Two
Since my last column, I’ve rapidly gained a reputation as the trail-blazing, gorgeous lead reporter covering the skunk beat of Boston College. Two (that’s 2!) strangers approached me about my investigative work, which I’m pretty sure makes me BC famous. At first, I was honored—elated, even; but soon, just like all of the superheroes of…
VP for Student Affairs Joy Moore Previews Changes
After serving in the position on an interim basis since last fall, Joy Moore, BC ’81, was named vice president for Student Affairs last month, an opportunity she said she is thrilled about and reaches far past what she ever thought was possible in her career.
How to Break Up With Your Boy/Girlfriend, If You’re Bored
“Pick whatever type of breakup works for the kind of person you are.”
465 Boston College Students May Be at Risk
“It’s time for BC to step up and take initiative to be proactive, not reactive—someone’s life depends on it right now.”
Reactions to “Lies Feminists Tell” Counter Free Speech
“Students have rights to express their views on campus, in a form that can look like anything from protesting to hosting speakers.”