I would like to think that I had a sheltered K-12 experience. Thanks to my parents and their generosity, I had the privilege of going to one of the best private college prep schools in Hawaii. I received a great education in a top-notch environment, and because of this, bullying didn’t play a critical role […]

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By Kyra Louie, Staff Writer @beammeupkyra When we were little, we could name all 151 original Pokemon without fail, and cast a plethora of spells (for those who aren’t muggles). Today, we gawk excitedly about “Doctor Who,” anime and comics, among other things. That’s right. We are nerds. At Denver Comic Con last year, Wil […]

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By Kyra Louie, Staff Wrtier @beammeupkyra Monday, Grayson Bruce, 9, was advised to keep his My Little Pony lunch box at home because his school deemed it a “trigger for bullying.” Many children at school had started calling the North Carolinian horrible names, even telling him to “go home and kill himself” because of his […]

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By Amira Francis, Staff Writer @Mircatfrancis Does bullying of gay and bisexual students diminish after the transition from high school to college? Recent studies discussed by the Associated Press say yes, it does. So my question to a handful of BU students was: what is your experience with this at BU? Hopefully, this video opens […]

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