Rev. J. Donald Monan, S.J. was a crucial figure in purchasing the millionth book for BC Libraries, a book that is now on display to commemorate his legacy.
Last Wednesday, the Plex was filled with neon-clad exercisers, as BCRec commemorated the founding of the National Intramural Recreation Sports Association with an ’80s-themed day.
Professor of Islamic Civilization and Societies David DiPasquale has a goal to educate and inform his students about the rich culture of Islam.
The Boston College chapter of Nourish International sold jumbo-sized cupcakes in the weeks before Valentine’s Day to raise money for its sister community in Cochabamba, Bolivia.
White Mountain, the popular ice cream shop, opened in 1985 in a convenient location directly across from BC’s campus.
The chances of getting into your desired class with a late pick time used to be slim, but EagleScribe levels the playing field by notifying students of openings in classes after they’ve registered.
Students in Boston College Mock Trial break into prosecution and defense teams to litigate cases.
New Associate Dean of Research James Slotta believes the Lynch school faculty’s extensive expertise in teaching, learning, assessment, technology, and social justice can be attributed to the campus on a wider basis.
Last weekend, book lovers and curious minds alike gravitated towards the Antiquarian Book Fair in order to browse a large selection of rare book and memorabilia.
The implications of the various psychology research experiments conducted in McGuinn Hall are something to get really psyched about.