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BC High Launches Montserrat Mentor Program

Costa Angelakis ’15, Contributor

September 20, 2013

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A new part of the daily schedule for everyone at BC High, the Montserrat Mentor Program, has arisen this year as an endeavor for building school community.  Montserrat is named after the mountain monastery which St. Ignatius... Read more »

Disaster in West, Texas

William Higgins '16, Contributor

May 9, 2013

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At about 6:00 pm local time, Wednesday April 17, Texas fire fighters were informed of a fire at the West Fertilizer Company located in West Texas.  Upon arrival at the scene, fire officials began to evacuate the area around the ... Read more »

Israel and Palestine: a Complicated History of Conflict

Connor Murphy’15, Contributor

April 5, 2013

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The Israel-Palestine conflict returned to the headlines a few weeks ago as President Obama met with Benjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister, and Mahmoud Abbas, the president of Palestine, during his visit to the Middle... Read more »

Model United Nations Elects Officers for 2013-2014

John Colpoys '13, Contributor

March 26, 2013

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On March 13th, the Model United Nations club at B.C. High held its annual Officers elections for the following school year. This meetings is one of the club’s most important gatherings, and as Secretary-General (the club’s p... Read more »

President Obama Visits Israel

Alec Grigorian '15, Contributor

March 26, 2013

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On March 22nd President Obama concluded a three day trip to Israel, which he underwent with no real expectation of great successes. During the trip President Obama assured Palestinians that he was staunchly against Jewish settl... Read more »

Strikes for Service a Success

Seamus Matlack '14, Contributor

March 20, 2013

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Boston Bowl was the place to be last Thursday. With students wearing hilarious costumes, teachers bowling their hearts out, and more pizza than one can fathom. It is safe to say that Strikes for Service was one of the school’s... Read more »

“The Jesuit High School of Boston” Lives Up to its Name

Sam Vasquez '14, Assistant News Editor

March 20, 2013

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These past weeks at BC High our core Jesuit ideals have been both celebrated in the community and at the same time critically analyzed by the New England Province of Jesuits. In the midst of our second annual Jesuit Identity Week... Read more »

Mother-Son Night an Evening of Laughs

Matt Luongo '13, News Editor

March 18, 2013

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On Monday March 4th over two hundred fifty students and their mothers attended the annual Mother/Son Dinner put on by the Mothers’ Guild. Over five hundred people congregated in McNeice Pavilion for a night of humor, good food,... Read more »

BC High Climbs to the Top

Andre Haddad ‘13, Contributor

March 18, 2013

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On Saturday March 2, a group of B.C. High students and teachers raced up 61 flights of stairs to reach the top of the John Hancock Tower, New England’s tallest building. The reason for this was to raise money and awareness for... Read more »

Student Council Decision not to Sponsor Blood Drive Sparks Controversy

Conor Shea '13, Contributor

March 12, 2013

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On Tuesday, January 29th, the Student Council decided to cancel the Red Cross Blood Drive for this scholastic year.  After an 18-12 vote in favor of removing the Blood Drive from their agenda, representatives prepared to explain... Read more »