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StuCo update

Liam Walsh ‘13, Contributor

November 1, 2012

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Exciting things are happening every Tuesday morning, in M113. A major advancement in the process of change is the creation of proposal forms. With these forms, a single Council member or an entire group can write up his idea... Read more »

Vice Presidential debate entertains

Stephen Dapic ‘13, Contributor

November 1, 2012

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Last week’s vice presidential debate between current Vice President Joe Biden and hopeful Republican candidate Paul Ryan was divided into nine segments focusing on both foreign and domestic policy. Martha Raddatz moderated the... Read more »

Ground broken for construction of Cadigan Hall

Garrison Norton ’13, Contributor

November 1, 2012

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Back in May of the past year, students read the news of a large donation endowed by Patrick F. Cadigan from the Class of 1952. His twelve million dollar donation became the largest donation received by Boston College High School,... Read more »

Journalist Greg Farrell ‘76 speaks at BC High

Toby Zanini ‘13, Contributor

November 1, 2012

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This past Tuesday journalist and author Greg Farrell spoke at Boston College High School as the first Corcoran Living Lecture Series event of the year. A correspondent for The Financial Times, Mr. Farrell wrote Clash of the Titans... Read more »

Annie Dookhan case shakes the state

Kevin Gens ‘13, Contributor

November 1, 2012

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A few months ago police arrested Annie Dookhan, a Boston drug lab worker, on suspicions of mishandling nearly 60,000 test results over a nine year period. The accusations also included forging paperwork and mixing samples. Now... Read more »

Felix Baumgarten’s revolutionary space dive

Daniel Tobin ‘13, Contributor

October 22, 2012

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On October 12 at 9:05 PM, 8 million people around the world tuned in from their televisions and computer screens to watch Felix Baumgarten's high-risk and revolutionary sky dive. Baumgarten, an Austrian skydiver, has participated... Read more »

Dalai Lama enlightens New Englanders

Chris Mullally ‘13, Contributor

October 22, 2012

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Earlier this October, New England was visited by one of the most recognizable voices of moral authority to ever walk the earth, the 14th Dalai Lama. He spoke on the topics of ‘Finding Common Ground: Ethics for a Whole World’... Read more »

St. Louis Project off to great start

Paul Howard ‘13, Contributor

October 11, 2012

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The St. Louis Project is off to a great start in its second year of running. We have gone out every week since the start of school, and plan to do so every Thursday, after school, for the rest of the school year. If you were not... Read more »

The Arab fall

Kevin Huggard ‘13, News Editor

October 11, 2012

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On December 17, 2010, a Tunisian fruit vendor named Mohamed Bouazizi lit himself on fire to protest of harassment by government officials. This act ignited a revolution, known as the Arab Spring, that the spread across much of... Read more »

Examining the rhetoric of the first presidential debate

By Matthew Jonas ’13, Contributor

October 11, 2012

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The first official presidential debate between President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney opened with a light-hearted, albeit awkward, congratulations on Barack and Michelle’s twentieth wedding anniversary. Both candidates... Read more »

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