Golinkin said the major conflict during his time at BC was the construction of a fence around the Mods. […]
Sommers began her talk by jokingly declaring the room a “safe space” and describing herself as a “white, Jewish, cisgender, neurotypical woman with a non-gender conforming dog.”
Bigford believes transparency will change everything and resistance is making a difference.
Rolheiser advised students to be idealistic, to not get too caught up in success, and to keep a good sense of humor.
Since the inventory of plates has decreased so drastically, BC Dining has been forced to use more single-use to-go containers. […]
His dedication to serving others extends into BC’s Resident Assistant program as well. […]
Mathis Wagner, a Boston College economics professor, lives in D.C., travels to Boston twice a week, and works as a consultant at the World Bank. […]
Even though Dennis Maher had alibis for the two nights that a woman was raped, he received a 30 year plus life sentence for rape and assault and battery. He served 19 years in prison before being released. […]
Nationally-ranked BC women’s rugby has defied expectations in its recent postseason run. […]
The campaign, which includes both interviews and photos of the interviewees, was inspired by Humans of New York. […]