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The Disproportionate Rates of Homelessness Among Minorities

The Disproportionate Rates of Homelessness Among Minorities

May 7, 2021

The diversity quota requires employers to offer jobs to people of different races to ensure that there is diversity.

The Uyghur Genocide

The Uyghur Genocide

April 26, 2021

Today, the world again watches, silently, as it becomes more and more obvious that the People’s Republic of China is in the middle of a  genocide against the Uyghur population of northwest China.

A Study of the War on Drugs in Massachusetts

A Study of the War on Drugs in Massachusetts

April 26, 2021

People of color were unjustly sentenced to longer terms in the late 20th century

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Michael D. White,
The Michael White Center for Emerging Leaders
Michael Cairo, Christian Topinio, Jonathan Carter Ying ‘23, Guest Writer • March 17, 2021
The greatest leader is the one that gets the people to do the greatest things.
New CoCurricular: Saint Lorenzo
New CoCurricular: Saint Lorenzo's Kitchen
Aidan Kostas '22, Guest Writer • February 12, 2021
After the suffered for a long time, he made his famous remark, turn me over, I'm done.
Why BC High Needs a Finance Club
Tyler Kwong ‘23, Features Editor • January 21, 2021
To avoid the wrath of their parents, friends would plead to others to load money onto their accounts.
Discussion, Debate and Diplomacy Highlight Model UN Experience
Christopher Kerwin ‘22, Staff Writer • November 20, 2020
It is the entryway to explore pressing world issues, debate opposing views and learn to compromise and communicate your views as a diplomat.
Armenian Culture Club
Nicholas Vickery ‘22, Staff Writer • November 20, 2020
Last year the club had food and deserts, watched old Soviet era cartoons, viewed highlights of the Armenian national soccer team.
Concert Band
Christian Topinio ‘23, Features Editor • November 20, 2020

In general, when outsiders think about a concert band, they often think of concerts, sports games, and instruments. So what happens when you...

Seventh Grade Art Exhibit
Seventh Grade Art Exhibit
Brendan DiTullio '21, Arts Editor • March 8, 2021

Over the next few weeks, we’ll be highlighting the amazing work produced by our student-artists this year - starting with a gallery of 7th...

A Narrative Recapping of COVID-19
Benjamin Campolongo ‘26, Guest Writer • December 23, 2020
it was the fear of catching COVID-19 that panicked many
Race at BC High: Turning conversation into action
Nick Fahy '18, Managing Editor • September 7, 2017

Just outside the Commons and across from Bulger Theater, two offices are separated by a thin wall. Were the wall removed, the desks of Director...

The Penny
Toll Booths

Toll Booths

May 10, 2021

“The whole vibe is ruined and only for 1 dollar.”

Thoughtfulness in a Time of Apathy

Thoughtfulness in a Time of Apathy

April 12, 2021

We care more about your actions than your ideology, so act like a good human being and that will speak for itself.

Opinions, Reactions, and Openness to Growth

Opinions, Reactions, and Openness to Growth

April 12, 2021

We are committed to publishing the wide range of diverse ideas and positions that the student body holds.

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Art: Different Mediums to Express Social Justice and Racial Equality
Art: Different Mediums to Express Social Justice and Racial Equality
Nicholas Cocca '22, Contributor • April 27, 2021
I wanted to evoke that these forms of protests happen because minorities are continually oppressed by others.
The Depths of Racism
The Depths of Racism
Kieran Dunn, '22, Contributor • April 17, 2021
No problem is merely black and white but rather a world of complexity and gray areas.
Seventh Grade Art Exhibit
Seventh Grade Art Exhibit
Brendan DiTullio '21, Arts Editor • March 8, 2021

Over the next few weeks, we’ll be highlighting the amazing work produced by our student-artists this year - starting with a gallery of 7th...

A self portrait made using charcoal, black and white colored pencil, and a white paint pen.
Art Showcase: Lucas Hurley '21
Brendan DiTullio '21, Arts Editor • January 13, 2021

         

Art Showcase: Ned Kennedy '21
Brendan DiTullio '21, Arts Editor • January 13, 2021

An abstraction of runway models (collage materials, micron pen, acrylic on board)                 An...

Art Showcase: Brandon Thomas '21
Brendan DiTullio '21, Arts Editor • January 13, 2021

              Mythic Tree, done in ink on paper, 9” x 11”        

A Different And Adaptive Year in Theatre
A Different And Adaptive Year in Theatre
Nicholas Vickery ‘22, Staff Writer • March 30, 2021
We also get to have fun creating a unique form of art as a group.
KAIROS Amidst A Pandemic
Christian Topinio ‘23, Features Editor • December 23, 2020
Parents have said, ‘No, you should go because this is a great experience and we want you to have this.’
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The Eyes and Ears of BC High.
The Eyes and Ears of BC High.