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...

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...

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;...

Are Advanced Placement Tests Helpful or Harmful

Seamus Matlack ’14, Contributor

March 24, 2014

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Standardized test taking seems to be the growing norm across the globe. More and more countries are using these cumulative tests to assess the intellect of their students. The United States though, has stayed in the minority and...

The Madness of March

Robert Brook '14, Head News Editor

March 24, 2014

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Every March, the world of sports succumbs to "madness.” This "madness" is not people rioting nor any kind of anarchy one might traditionally think of when they hear the term. Rather, this madness is over two college teams, comprised...

NFL Not Ready for Openly Gay Players

Aidan Curran '14, Sports Editor

March 3, 2014

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Recently, the New York Times published a story on University of Missouri defensive end Michael Sam. It is not uncommon for player profiles to be written up especially as the NFL draft quickly approaches, but this player profile...

Fontbonne’s Controversial Firing

A.J. Maloney '14, Contributor

February 28, 2014

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A few weeks ago it was reported that Fontbonne Academy, an all girls Catholic high school in Milton, was going to be sued for discriminatory hiring practices.  They had offered the Food Service Director’s position to Matt B...

The State of the Game

Jake May '16, Contributor

February 28, 2014

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Rap music is on life support. The creativity, rivalries, beat-making and lyrical content have all fallen off drastically. The illness that has struck rap music has traveled swiftly and infected all, from artists to producers and...

Better Late than Never: The Eagle Reviews 2013

Michael Green ‘14, Contributor

February 7, 2014

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2013. How does one sum up a year in a measly 500 words? Many events of the years became headline stories that were tweeted about, reposted, argued over, and generally inescapable until the 24 hours new cycle moved on to its next...

Jahi McMath Case Raises Ethical Concerns

Patrick Walsh '15, Contributor

February 7, 2014

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The case of Jahi McMath brings up numerous critical bioethical issues, especially as we are going into a period of health-care rationing and arguably fewer choices in our medical care.  On December 9, 2013, Jahi had life threatening...

Same-Sex Marriage in Utah: An Opportunity for Change

Noah Kidney ’14, Contributor

January 17, 2014

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Anyone keeping up with recent news will know that it has been a hectic past few weeks in the area of same-sex marriage. As of Friday, January 10th, it has been confirmed that the federal government will recognize approximately 1,30...

Reflection: The Transition from Arrupe to High School

John D'Alotto '17, Contributor

January 17, 2014

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These first few months of the school year have been somewhat of a roller coaster ride for me, as they were my first few as a freshman in high school. At first glance, the change from Arrupe to the high school doesn't seem...

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