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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 »

BC High Students Hear Former Vice President Speak

Matt Luongo '13, News Editor

March 12, 2013

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On Tuesday February 5th,  20 members of the BC High Young Democrats Club, along with Ms. Dunne and Mr. Argento of the History Department, had the special privilege of seeing former Vice President Al Gore speak at the JFK Libra... Read more »

Britain and Argentine Butt Heads Over Falklands

Max MacKoul ‘13, Contributor

January 16, 2013

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In 1982, Britain and Argentina clashed over the ownership of the Falkland Islands, a chain of islands that had been under British rule since the 18th century. The conflict left 225 British and 649 Argentines dead, as well as 3... Read more »

Kerry nominated: Special Election Preview

Chris Kelly ‘13, Contributor

January 16, 2013

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It’s election season again in Massachusetts. Just one month after the presidential election, President Barack Obama nominated Senator John Kerry (D) to fill the vacancy left by Hilary Clinton as Secretary of State. Pending the... Read more »

Uprising in Jordan

Andre Haddad ‘13, Contributor

January 16, 2013

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Revolutions throughout the Middle East have occurred like wildfire in the past few years. From Egypt to Tunisia to Algeria to Syria, revolutions have changed these countries’ history forever, but what country will revo... Read more »

Across the Atlantic: BC High Explores Africa

Pat Fandel '13, Assistant Features Editor

January 11, 2013

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At Boston College High “the world is our campus;” What was once a small and isolated school devoted to the education of Boston’s finest intellects has now evolved into a global network structured on enlightenment, involvement,... Read more »

Solar System Discoveries Continue

Sam Vasquez '14, News Editor

December 17, 2012

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In recent weeks there have been exciting discoveries in our solar system. Both Curiosity and Messenger, spacecrafts in Mars and Mercury respectively, have found components needed for life. Water and Carbon-based organic material... Read more »

CNN Announces Heroes of the Year

Connor Murphy ’15, Contributor

December 17, 2012

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Pashpa Basnet cannot imagine life without the children she helps. This year’s edition of the CNN Hero of the Year was given to Basnet, who lives in Kathmandu, Nepal. This marks the second time in three years that the honor... Read more »

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