A panel of three “lay business leaders” and Boston College alumni discussed problems plaguing the Catholic Church and their potential solutions at the Church in the 21st Century Center’s fourth “Revitalizing Our Church” panel on […]
BC and the Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) have signed a three-year memorandum of understanding. […]
Shay Stewart-Bouley, who is black, and Debby Irving, who is white, took the small stage inside the large-windowed auditorium at Angier Elementary School in Newton to talk about race on Tuesday night. The event lasted […]
Elections for the Undergraduate Government of Boston College’s Senate, previously known as the Student Assembly (SA), will be held on Thursday. […]
“From Diagnosis to Survival,” the inaugural event of the Medical Humanities Lecture Series, will be taking place on Wednesday in Higgins Hall, room 310, at 7:30 p.m. […]
Government officials, Lime and Bird employees, and scooter fanatics had congregated outside of the town hall to kick off a new pilot program that is bringing 200 shared electric scooters to the streets of Brookline. The program is the first of its kind in Massachusetts. […]
In this Monday’s edition of ‘Voices from the Dustbowl,’ we asked students how they felt about electric scooters becoming legal in Boston.
A protest is scheduled for Sunday against winter clothing manufacturer Canada Goose at the Prudential Center Mall. The demonstration, organized by animal rights activist Laura Ray, is protesting the capture and killing of wild animals by Canada Goose to produce their clothing. […]