“Men … would you want any guy thinking about or doing to your sister doing what you’re thinking about doing to this woman under these circumstances?” McNellis asked. […]
“I think that students have responded really well to the fact that they don’t have a Domino’s pizza man calling them and telling them they’re at Walsh—when they’re not at Walsh, they’re at Welch,” founder JB Bruggemen said. “Because we use students we’re able to do these deliveries to exactly where they’re supposed to go.
“When you do like 10 miles, you’re like, ‘Oh a half marathon’s only a 5K more,’” Thurlow said. “So, you kind of start like, ‘Oh, could I do a half marathon twice and call it a day?” […]
NBC’s live concert production of the controversial 1970s rock opera ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’ calls on nostalgia for fans but the cast fails to live up to expectations of the formidable roles. […]
The forum was titled “#NEVERAGAIN: How Parkland Students are Changing the Conversation on Guns.” […]
“I see us both trying to answer a similar question and kind of snipping off different parts of it, and together you put together kind of the patchwork of the answer,” said Peter Krause. […]
RubberHub is a free condom delivery service operated off campus in Chestnut Hill by BC student volunteers. […]
“I remain fundamentally optimistic about Greece,” said President of the New Democracy party of Greece and Leader of the Opposition Kyriakos Mitsotakis. […]
“After reviewing the university statement on the referendum and holding preliminary discussions with university administrators, we are dismayed to confirm that the University has no intention of allowing the Students For Sexual Health to distribute contraceptives on campus, despite the overwhelming student need and demand for these resources,” Connor Kratz, MCAS ’19, said.
Members of Climate Justice at Boston College (CJBC) debated members of the BC Investment Club (BCIC) Monday over divestment from fossil fuels. Matthew Barad, a member of CJBC and MCAS ’19, opened by explaining that, […]