BC High Experiences Distractology

Malcolm Herbert, Co-Editor-in-Chief

Monday mornings in the BC High parking lot host a familiar scene every week. Driving Seniors and Juniors arrive continuously from 6:00 am, exiting their BCH bumper sticker-laden cars and trudging into...  Read More »

October 11, 2017

BC High’s Digital Migration: Exploring the Blank Canvas that Awaits

Daniel Scrivener, News Editor

By now, BC High’s students have surely recognized the school’s technological shift from WhippleHill’s student portal to the new Canvas by Instructure. This move mirrors Boston College’s adoption...  Read More »

October 11, 2017

BC High names new president

September 22, 2017

"God is good," said Grace Cotter Regan. "All the time," replied the entire BC High community. And with that, BC High's first woman president offered the...  Read More »

Mite Box Sets All-Time Record for Giving in 2016-17

September 21, 2017

BC High’s primary charitable arm, the Mite Box, raised over $43,400 for 32 benefitting organizations in 2016-17 in what was a record-setting year for...  Read More »

Race at BC High: Turning conversation into action

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 of Equity...  Read More »

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Bringing in “The Outsiders”

Roy Zhu '21, Contributor

When The Outsiders––now a staple of American bildungsroman literature and arguably the pioneer of the young adult genre––was first published in 1967, it was, to s...  Read More »

January 16, 2018

On Lunch – Ramblin’ Amorin

November 14, 2017

They asked me if the world had had enough rambles. I scoffed and laughed. I told them, “The world will never have enough. We are just getting...  Read More »

2017 Freshmen Olympics

October 30, 2017

The greatest sporting event of the world has arrived: not in Rio, or London, or even Tokyo, but at BC High. The 40th Freshman Olympics began last We...  Read More »

On Walking – Ramblin’ Amorin

October 17, 2017

Ramblin’ Amorin -- “Whining about school, so you don’t have to” Good morning, afternoon, and evening, ladies and gentlemen of BC H...  Read More »

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Club funding is money well spent

Ryan Edmonds ‘20, Contributor

In today's economy, school boards have been cutting programs left and right. Schools are losing funding for arts, sports teams, clubs, and elective classes. These programs...  Read More »

January 16, 2018

Why Jeremy Lin’s Dreadlocks Are More Than Justified

January 9, 2018

Jeremy Lin, an Asian-American NBA player, has turned fans’ heads over the past few seasons with his unorthodox hairstyles. His hairstyles have...  Read More »

A Critique of Tact

November 14, 2017

Tact • /takt/ n. a keen sense of what to do or say in order to maintain good relations with others or avoid offense. A recent class dis...  Read More »

Harvey should prompt Hyde Center consideration

September 22, 2017

It took less than a week of rain to wipe out 100,000 homes. Less than a week of rain to move the 30,000 people who lived in those homes into sh...  Read More »

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The Eyes and Ears of BC High