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Appreciate your Librarians!

Pat Walsh '15, Features Editor

May 22, 2014

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Patrick Walsh '15 “Google can bring you back 100,000 answers.  A librarian can bring you back the right one." These words were said by Neil Gaiman, an up-and-coming actor, presumably after receiving help from several librar... Read more »

School Looking to Make Up For Lost Instructional Time Next Year by Condensing Everything Non-Academic Into A 30 Minute Period on Fridays

BC High Onion

May 22, 2014

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School sources confirmed late last week that starting next year, a new plan to increase the amount of time students spend in class will be implemented school-wide. The new plan will re-schedule everything on campus that is not... Read more »

“Grand Budapest Hotel” a Masterpiece

Max Gustafson '14, Features Editor

March 24, 2014

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The film is remarkable. An action packed romantic epic as the story follows a lobby boy and a hotel concierge across a fictional Europe. On the brink of war this “Europe” is a magical and picturesque backdrop of a tale of... Read more »

A Mixed Bag: BC High’s Winter One Acts

Jack Serio '14, Contributor

March 7, 2014

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This year, the Dever Players’ annual Winter One Acts proved to be an uneven blend of lackluster directing, questionable scenic choices and excellent performances. The Dever Players are in debt to a few of their actors who save... Read more »

“Her” Offers Thought-Provoking Commentary

Ross Rozanski '14, Contributor

February 28, 2014

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A man in love with his computer. It’s an odd premise, especially for anyone who has ever used BC High’s library computers (can I log into any of them?), but somehow director Spike Jonze was able to turn this idea into... Read more »

“Anchorman 2” Delivers on Laughter

David Vaccaro ’14, Contributor

January 17, 2014

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Once again, winter has arrived, ushering in a new kind of film into cinemas. These are films of class and deep meaning, spanning a variety of genres, all supporting famous actors performing at their best and directors with... Read more »

“American Hustle” Worth Watching

Andy Duehren’14, Editor-in-Chief

January 16, 2014

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I suppose it is appropriate that the opening scene to director David O Russell’s American Hustle features Christian Bale, playing the con-artist Irving Rosenfield, constructing his elaborate comb-over and wig combo. This image ... Read more »

Robin Hood Finds His Heart in Cambridge

Max Gustafson '14, Features Editor

January 15, 2014

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Have you ever seen a performance that blows you away? Well the American Repertory Theater started last month showing “The Heart of Robin Hood” by David Farr. The play was directed by Gisli Örn Gardarsson who directed the... Read more »