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My Passover at BC High

Mark Lugas '18, Contributor

June 6, 2016

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When you think of where Passover is celebrated, the Jesuit run BC High is not the first place that comes to mind. However, this is where I celebrated Passover this year, and it was truly an interesting experience. For the entirety... Read more »

Boston – The Birthplace of Independence, 1776 to 2016

Evo Fearnley, ‘17, Contributor

May 26, 2016

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Massachusetts, and more specifically Boston, has been called the “Birthplace of the Revolution”, referring to the American Revolution. We were the first colony to have a truly open and active rebellion against the British,... Read more »

“Boston Calling” Spring 2016 Lineup, Featuring Independent Artists and New Comedy Acts

Evo Fearnley, ‘17, Contributor

May 26, 2016

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Twice every year – once during September as the leaves change color and again at the end of May as summer draws close – throngs of fans, audiophiles, and regular people descend upon City Hall Plaza for Boston Calling. The... Read more »

Global Youth Summit: A Reflection

Trevor Hu '18, Contributor

May 3, 2016

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A few weeks ago, BC High hosted a conference called the Global Youth Summit. At this conference, students from various locations throughout the state come together and discuss climate change and its effect on the global community.... Read more »

10 Cloverfield Lane Film Review

Felipe Montoya '18

May 3, 2016

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The new film 10 Cloverfield Lane is a sci-fi thriller that stars Mary Elizabeth Winstead, John Goodman, and John Gallagher Jr.. The film has no relation with the film Cloverfield; it is not a sequel, nor is it a spin-off. The... Read more »

Rattled

Danny Bagley '16, Contributor

March 28, 2016

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"Dude, that Practice English AP Test just rattled me." "Did you see Star Wars man? Totally rattled." "Danny just rattled me by his essay on getting rattled." These are just some common examples of the slang usage of the world... Read more »

Unpacking Laudato Si with Nicholas Napolitano

Jonathan Jordanides '17, Contributor

March 28, 2016

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After the inspiring talk from Bryan Stevenson regarding injustice, discrimination, poverty, and inequality—issues the Catholic church addresses frequently—the junior class continued on to Bulger, where they listened to a talk... Read more »

“The Art of Screenwriting”

Felipe Montoya '18, Contributor

March 15, 2016

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The ability to create a world with idiosyncratic characters who interact beautifully with the world, and with each other. The skill of giving a prophetic voice to display the inequitable aspects in the world. The incredulous idea... Read more »

“The Finest Hours” Review

Owen Carberry '18, Staff Writer

March 1, 2016

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The Finest Hours, directed by Craig Gillespie, tells the true story of a daring Coast Guard rescue of an oil tanker that has split in half during a blizzard in 1952. Chris Pine stars as Bernie Webber, an average, quiet, obedient... Read more »

Hail, Caesar! Review

Ian McLaughlin, Contributor

March 1, 2016

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Set in the "Golden Age" of film making, the 1950s, Eddie Mannix (Josh Brolin) runs a movie production company and is tasked with keeping operations running smoothly and keeping the loose cannon acting stars in line. Between... Read more »

Deadpool Review

Felipe Montoya '18, Staff Writer

March 1, 2016

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Another Marvel film generally comes with the idea of honorable heroes facing a villain, having bits of comedic lines, and being fit for the kids to watch. The new Marvel film Deadpool is all of that except this is not for children.... Read more »

The Rise of the Macbook

Jack Jordanides '17, Staff Writer

March 1, 2016

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Beginning this past year, I started to notice a trend: people were ditching their iPads for Macbooks. Though still a small minority, these pioneers made me question my allegiance to the iPad. In all honesty, I had never been truly... Read more »

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