Justin Lloyd, MCAS ’18, died last week after a five-year battle with a rare form of cancer called adenocarcinoma. […]
In honor of Bloomsday, an international celebration of James Joyce’s life and legacy, the minds behind Joycestick are celebrating in the most fitting way possible. […]
Russell Simons and Meredith McCaffrey had entered the race together only after McCaffrey’s previous running mate dropped out of the race , and Simons, who had worked on McCaffrey’s old campaign, took center stage as a candidate.
A resolution had been passed two years earlier calling for the same action as Frazier’s resolutions—for “gender identity” and “gender expression” to be included in BC’s Notice of Nondiscrimination.
O’Malley said that he is pleased with the focus on gun control that the Democratic Party has as a whole, but wishes the federal government would step up on the issue. […]
Throughout Hack the Heights the food added up to a feast of 60 El Pelon burritos, 45 pints of ice cream, 50 total pizzas, three dozen bagels, four dozen donuts, and eight “Box ‘O Joes” from Dunkin Donuts. […]
Casey will be presented with an honorary law degree at the commencement event. […]
The Campus School at Boston College educates students ages 3 to 21 with disabilities through personalized special education. Forty-two students from 31 different towns attend the Campus School. […]
Lean On Me is currently operating at the University of Chicago, University of Pennsylvania, Northeastern University, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. […]