The Power of Memes as IdeologyWhile memes may often be used to encourage polarization, if utilized correctly, they can have educational value and promote critical thinking.
Playlist: Summer '19, the Summer of TwangThe Gavel's Nico Borbolla shares some of his favorite summer tunes that exemplify twang, a concept that symbolizes ambiguity and change.
Five Gavel Editors, Two Nights of Debates, and Way Too Many Democratic Primary PicksWith an unprecedentedly vast Democratic field, the stakes are high and the takes are hot. Will Biden be dethroned in the polls? Can Trump win in 2020? Who are ...
The Persistence of the Yeehaw Agenda, ExplainedAlthough cowboy culture has historically found roots in xenophobia and violence, the "yeehaw agenda" is entering an era of newfound inclusivity.
Ask the Gav': What's the Best Thing About Your Hometown?For the last Ask the Gav' of the semester, staffers reflect on what they love most about home.
The Buddhist-Themed Flamenco-Inspired Rock-Driven Acoustic-Metal Album We NeedWith infectious melodies influenced by a variety of genres, Rodrigo y Gabriela's album, "Mettavolution," represents the duo's latest accomplishment.
Ask the Gav': Who is someone at BC that changed your life?Gavelers reflect on the people who have changed their college experience for the better.
Nico's Essential Dining Hall HacksHere are five simple yet underrated tips to enhance your BC Dining experience.
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