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Mite Box Falls Short

Mite Box Falls Short

October 14, 2014

A Farewell to Shorts

A Farewell to Shorts

October 10, 2014

Trading Flash for Functionality

Will Doyle '15, Contributor

October 6, 2014

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New Vending Machine Review As BC High students returned to start the year, they were greeted by an unexpected change—a new vending machine. Replacing the old snack machine, that almost never worked anyway, was a new machine... Read more »

#X: It Can Wait

Tanner Gildea '15, Contributor

October 6, 2014

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Over the past few months AT&T has launched a media campaign dubbed “It Can Wait,” an effort to reduce the use of cellphones by young drivers behind the wheel. Here in Massachusetts, texting while driving is already illegal... Read more »

No Midterms, No Problem?

Jack Ditomassi '15, Contributor

October 6, 2014

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With every new school year at BC High, a new wave of incoming students joins our community in addition to the many changes added within our school system. Two years ago, every student was required to purchase an iPad. Last... Read more »

BC High Prepares for Code Red

Sean Larsen '17, Contributor

September 30, 2014

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Lockdown drills are used in schools to test the readiness of the staff and students in case of an emergency. In today's society, it seems more and more likely that these drills are needed in order to keep students safe in case... Read more »

MMP Persists in Second Year

Costa Angelakis ’15, News Editor

September 17, 2014

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Last year, I wrote an article about the inception of a new program, the Montserrat Mentor Program, an unprecedented phenomenon in the daily schedule that promised to build a better school community and embody the ideals of a Jesuit... Read more »

Benghazi Investigations Continue

Will Higgins '16, Opinions Editor

May 22, 2014

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The announcement was made of the creation of a special committee in the House of Representatives to deal solely with the investigation into what exactly happened in Benghazi, Libya on September 11, 2012. It is atrocious to think... Read more »

The Disappointment of Cadigan Hall

Alec Grigorian '15, Editor-in-Chief

May 22, 2014

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This past year began with a question, “what is the new building gonna be like?” We all asked it, and everybody came up with different answers. We had: The New Pool Hypothesis The Swimming Pool Theory The Senior L... Read more »

Affirmative Action Ban in Michigan: A Messy, But Good Step.

Colin Light '15, Features Editor

May 22, 2014

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Ruling that Michigan’s State University system does not lie beyond the jurisdiction of the state, the Supreme Court passed the buck of defining racial preference once more, leaving the state in an awkward and volatile positi... Read more »

Advice for Underclassmen

Mike Coffey '14, Contributor

March 24, 2014

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Well, it’s March and the B.C. High journey is coming to a close for the Class of 2014. Ask any of us and we’ll most likely say that our experience through BC High was the best time of our lives. But it wasn’t just coincidence;... Read more »

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