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A Survey on Surveys

Tom Blakely '15, Associate Editor-in-Chief

January 28, 2015

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Last week, I sat down (or stood up) with Mr. Smith, the new academic dean, to ask the hard-hitting questions about last month’s workload surveys. This exercise left many guessing, and many more bewildered, if not dumbfounded, b... Read more »

Urban Planners Visit Arrupe

John Fopiano '20, Contributor

December 16, 2014

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Last week two guest speakers visited Arrupe. They talked about what we, in Arrupe, are learning about in Social Studies class: how to build a city. In their talk, the planners explained one of the factors that they have to consider:... Read more »

The Scoop on Students for Soldiers

Alex Sideropoulos '15, Contributor

October 23, 2014

Filed under News

If you've never seen us waving American flags or handing out yellow ribbons, let me take a moment to introduce you to Students for Soldiers. We are a group of students here at BCHigh committed to supporting and reaching out to... Read more »

NEASC Team Visits BC High

Jon Shea '15, Contributor

October 18, 2014

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As many students are aware, BC High was recently visited by several representatives of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). They walked about the grounds, peeked into classrooms, and spoke with many teachers,... Read more »

Scotland Rejects Independence

Conor MacNeill '15, Contributor

October 16, 2014

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The dust has settled, the smoke has cleared, Sir William Wallace would hardly cheer. Scotland has eschewed independence in favor of remaining a part of the United Kingdom. The campaign was exhausting; television ads barraged the... Read more »

La Bodega: Ebola y los Mascotas

Tyler Walsh '15, Contributor

October 14, 2014

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Ebola es un epidemico que ha attorizado a muchas personas en el mundo. Los gobiernos y las que trabjan en oficinas de salud públicos han tratado encontrar una solución para provenir la difusión de esta enfermedad contagiosa. Pero... Read more »

Seniors Hear Richard Blanco in Harvard Square

Alec Grigorian '15, Editor-in-Chief

October 14, 2014

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“I love Miami,” declared Richard Blanco, the first openly gay man, first immigrant, first Hispanic and first engineer to be the poet at a presidential inauguration. “It’s so easy to get to the United States from there.” Last... Read more »