It’s pretty hard to forget your first time. Your first time doing what, you may ask? Anything really – riding a bike, trying a new food, attending a life changing event. I remember those situations pretty vividly. I also remember what I felt going into those life-defining moments.

Before I begin, I would like to clarify one thing: I don’t claim to have any ownership in the conversation on diversity. I recognize the fact that there are many groups of people on campus who are more insightful it comes to this issue. I must stress that I do not wish to take anything away …

Tragedy shook not only a great city, but the entire world Friday as terrorists unleashed gunfire and detonated bombs at multiple locations in Paris. All of France has been in shock since, and the international community shined many of the world’s great monuments in red, white and blue, the c…

At Boston College’s graduation ceremony last spring, former Secretary of State John Kerry warned students with a commonly used, and highly misleading statistic regarding the “crippling consequences of climate change.”