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BCA Musicians During a Pandemic

February 25, 2021

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, many musicians received the unfortunate news of delayed rehearsals and canceled concerts and music lessons. With events canceled, most instrumentalists have...

Using the N-word in Educational Settings: is it ever justifiable?

Abby Saks February 25, 2021

Possibly one of the most relevant subjects in etymology is the usage of the N-word. Many non-black people now refrain from using the actual word and instead refer to it with that well-known substitute...

Education in the Post-COVID Era

Education in the Post-COVID Era

Cadee Lee, Assistant Managing Editor February 25, 2021

Although there had always been talk about online schooling before the pandemic, never before had all schools around the world been forced into it like this past year. After months of running schools virtually,...

2021 Valentine’s Day Assembly Preview

Alex Weber, Managing Editor February 9, 2021

On Thursday, February 11th, students and faculty will experience one of BCA’s most festive traditions–the Valentine’s Day Assembly. Each year, students showcase their musical talents in the auditorium–singing,...

BCA considers ACB

Meghana Veldhuis, Writer and Editor November 25, 2020

         Irrespective of political affiliations, the United States of America lost an invaluable member of the Supreme Court: Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died on September 18th, 2020. As the nation...

Hollywood's first ever major award show done completely virtual.

The Show Must Go On

Cadee Lee, Assistant Managing Editor November 11, 2020

With Broadway’s recent statement to remain closed until 2021, the Emmy Award ceremony, held completely virtual, and the cancelled concerts of artists around the world, many are starting to wonder...

BCA's Thoughts on the First Presidential Debate

BCA’s Thoughts on the First Presidential Debate

Neha Vazarkar, Editor October 26, 2020

The first presidential debate was long-awaited by people on both sides of the political spectrum. It would be the first time that Vice President Joe Biden and President Trump would square off and give...

Standardized Test Cancellations Due to COVID-19

Standardized Test Cancellations Due to COVID-19

Margaret O'Hara, Writer August 13, 2020

Not even college entrance exams—a time-honored, student-dreaded tradition—are immune to COVID-19. Recent test cancellations have evoked stress in students across the country and many BCA students have...

BCA in Support of the Black Lives Matter Movement

BCA in Support of the Black Lives Matter Movement

Meghana Veldhuis August 13, 2020

Since George Floyd’s unfortunate death on May 25th, 2020, discussions, protests, and movements addressing racial tensions and inequality have erupted throughout the country. Despite the virtual learning,...

Knitting For Life Recognized on News 12 for Donations to Healthcare Workers

Knitting For Life Recognized on News 12 for Donations to Healthcare Workers

Cadee Lee May 8, 2020

On April 20th, BCA students Francesca Osborn,  Hannah Ferrer, Rachel Mina, and Olivia Culleton were aired on News 12 for their efforts to thank doctors and nurses who are fighting COVID-19 through...

VBCA Series Part 2: Commentary, Opinions, and Pass/Fail

Emily Hashem, Writer April 28, 2020

  Part 2 - Looking Forward-Pass/Fail LOOKING FORWARD: OPINIONS AND SURVEYS BCA vs Other Schools In a way, the current situation is a massive trial run for the feasibility of virtual schooling....

VBCA Series Part 1: VBCA is Good, but How Do We Make it Better?

Emily Hashem April 1, 2020

This article is part of a series.  Contents:  Part 1  Preface and methods  Survey results and analysis  Updates from student council  Helpful links and resources Part...

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