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The Love-Hate Relationship with the MBTA

Patrick Walsh '15 and Edward Kelley '16

March 26, 2015

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Last week, the student body received an email stating that the MBTA will be altering the schedule of a Kingston train to accommodate BC High students. This message from the administration was a unique combination of brevity and... Read more »

The Peer Review Board: Unison in Voices

Brian Tung ’15, Head Sports Editor

March 26, 2015

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Over the past few weeks, the Student Council worked with senior Sean Manning and junior Will Higgins on the proposition for a Peer Review Board. This board would be comprised of students who would have the opportunity to serve o... Read more »

Everyone is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day

Cam Donovan '16, Contributor

March 23, 2015

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Last week, South Boston was once again decked in green as it held its annual St. Patrick's Day Parade. It's no surprise that Boston holds the second largest parade in the country since Boston has the largest Irish population of... Read more »

BC High Onion Presents: How Does BC High Decide to Call a Snow Day?

BC High Onion

March 9, 2015

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1.) Upon seeing snow in the forecast, kids decry the horrors of 5 straight days of school about six days in advance. 2.) 11am: Harvey Leonard announces that the details of his weather broadcast essentially have the power to... Read more »

BC High and the MBTA

EJ Kelley '16, Contributor

March 6, 2015

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Last week, the student body received an email stating that the MBTA will be altering the schedule of a Kingston train to accommodate BC High students. This message from the administration was a unique combination of... Read more »

Christmas Break: A time for work, or a time for rest?

Pat Fitzgerald '15, Contributor

January 15, 2015

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We all know the reality of an especially cruel and unusual form of punishment: homework over the holidays. But is Christmas break really a time for work, or should our students be focusing on other things? I would argue that... Read more »

Email vs. Mail for College Decisions

Harry Clow '15, Contributor

January 15, 2015

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In light of recent events at Johns Hopkins University, their email decision notification disaster, I have decided to write about the pros and cons of email notification and mail notification of college decisions. On the side... Read more »

Unpopular Opinions, Vol. 1: The Defense Behind the Library Backpack Ban

Kevin Koulopoulos '15, Contributor

January 15, 2015

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Sophomores shout, juniors engage in unwarranted and illicit rap battles, and freshmen watch Russian “dashcam” compilation videos at full volume on their iPads; the din reaches an unbearably high level, only beginning to fade... Read more »

School Spirit Soars

Evan Jansen ‘15, Contributor

January 8, 2015

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Eagle Pride As hundreds of students cram into the bleachers, a chant rises forth from the crowd. As enthusiastic fans bounce on their toes, they cheer, "I believe that we will win," over and over. A smile creeps to my face... Read more »

Midterms Prevail Despite New Policy

Brian Tung '15, Head Sports Editor

January 6, 2015

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  For the first time in Boston College High School history, the administration has decided to remove midterms from academic curriculums in order to give students less stress. However, despite the new policy, severa... Read more »

How Successful was the Homework Survey?

Jack Jordanides '17, Contributor

December 16, 2014

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This past week, BC High conducted a survey to piece together an accurate picture of the amount of homework students complete each night. Generally speaking, students are expected to receive 30 minutes for each class. With six... Read more »

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