The Heights sits down with denim-clad UGBC candidates Anthony Perasso and Rachel Loos to talk campaigning, the function of student government, and bringing back the funk.
The Woods College is undergoing a redesign that will debut in the fall, which will offer master’s degrees, such as cybersecurity policy and governance, applied economics, and an entirely online master’s in healthcare administration.
On Monday, Feb. 15, Brian Kelly, the “mobster prosecutor” and a former U.S. Justice Department attorney, will speak in McElroy 237 at 5 p.m
Rev. Agbonkhianmeghe Orobator, S.J. spoke about African faith and religion on Feb. 1 in Gasson 305.
In efforts to increase buying on campus, BC Bookstore offers price adjustments to match competitor’s pricing.
Humphreys focused on how a college education can better prepare graduates with the ultimate goal of cultivating a life of meaning and purpose.
The new website gives students a way to buy and sell clothes.
At this semester’s installment of BC Talks, nine undergraduates spoke to their experiences.
A think tank formed by several BC Law professors is taking on the questions of tax-free endowments and philanthropic donations.
Belanger first became interested in the supernatural at a student at Hofstra University.