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Sports Shorts: Men’s Golf and Women’s Tennis Thrive: This past Monday and Tuesday, the BC men’s golf team placed 3rd at the Oak Hill Invitational. Although the golfers missed out on the marathon, it was worth their while by playing exceptionally well in Rochester, N.Y. at the Oak Hill Country Club. Leading the Eagles to the bronze was John Jackopsi...
John Kerry Announced as 2014 Commencement Speaker: Boston College has announced that Secretary of State John Kerry will deliver the 138th commencement address on Monday, May 19. A Senator from Massachusetts from 1985 to 2013, Kerry has served as the nation’s top diplomat since February 2013, when he was appointed by President Obama to succeed out...
Iggy Azalea’s “The New Classic” Failure: Album titles tend to carry meaning with them, whether they follow the defining “self-titled” path of Beyoncé and Shakira, or reference a self-proclaimed godliness as with Kanye West. Oftentimes, the audience can appreciate and understand why the artist decided to name their album as they did. And...
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John Kerry to Deliver 138th University Commencement Address: On Monday, May 19, U.S. Secretary of State and former Senator from Massachusetts John F. Kerry, BC Law ’76, will deliver the address at the University’s 138th Commencement Exercises. ...
COLUMN: Surprising Sights Of The Marathon: Outside The Lines From taking a selfie with a runner to seeing Team Hoyt in person, the unexpected experiences of the Boston Marathon will remain engrained in my memory. They will be a reminder of how Bostonians wer...
COLUMN: Looking Into A Wardrobe And Taking A Step Back Into Sweden: Fashion Forward A little blue dress purchased abroad became a significant memory—not just a fashion, style, or status statement. ...
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Revisiting YA Fiction: Catalyst by Laurie Halse Anderson: I read Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson in 6th grade, and immediately claimed it to be My Favorite Book. I then devoured Catalyst, and proclaimed it My Second Favorite Book, although I had no frame of reference for the life of a high school senior, for the world of college applications and AP clas...
Fashion Feature: Diversify with a Scarf!: Name: Didem Alkan Major: Romance Languages and Literatures, Graduate School of Arts & Sciences "I like wearing colorful clothes. I am especially obsessed with the different shades of pink! When I feel simple with my clothing, I diversify my outfit with colorful scarves."
Broke in Brighton: What I’ve Learned from Having No Money : Studying abroad was one of the most amazing experiences of my short life. When I came back to the United States, however, and checked my bank account, I was shocked to see how much I had spent over the course of a few short months. Without the time to squeeze into a job amidst my full course loa...
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The Lord is risen, alleluia!: The Lord is risen, alleluia! This is our passover feast, when Christ, the true Lamb, is slain, whose blood consecrates the homes of all believers. This is the night when first you saved our fathers: you free the people of Israel from their slavery and led them dry-shod through the sea. This is ...

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