“I think the buyer had the opportunity to own three very successful bars that bring in lots of money, at least as far as I can tell, due to the death of the previous owner,” said John Keith, a licensed broker who closely follows local real estate. […]
New Jersey police officer Daniel Hunt and his friend, Ian Salerno, were indicted for assaulting Kevin Lohan this past January—an incident that sidelined the graduate transfer with a broken jaw for three-plus weeks. […]
“Boston College will continue to practice affirmative action in accordance with recent Supreme Court decisions involving the University of Michigan (2003) and University of Texas (2016),” said John Mahoney, dean of undergraduate admission and financial aid. […]
Lindsay Agnew—who has two seasons of Western Collegiate Hockey Association and NCAA Tournament experience, as well as two years of eligibility remaining—will join the Eagles this coming season. […]
Solid performances by Paul Rudd and Michelle Peña aren’t enough to help Marvel produce more than microscopic success at the box office with its latest release ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp.’ […]
Arts Editor Jacob Schick describes how abroad changed him, and also how watching movies about a city while living in that city is a good idea. […]
Sendoya’s departure comes after a year of student protests and activism calling on the University to, among other requests, reevaluate the programs it has in place for instruction on diversity and inclusion on campus. […]
Amul Thapar, BC ’91, a 49-year-old judge on the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, met with President Donald Trump on Monday.