People magazine announced that it would be honoring the heroism of Welles Remy Crowther, BC ’99, with the third annual Red Bandanna Hero Award.
Devoe, a singer and guitarist, played music for students at Corcoran Commons a number of times.
Nonprofit organization CommonWealth Kitchen recently launched a temporary pop-up retail space at The Street at Chestnut Hill, offering food products from a variety of local businesses.
MIT graduates Alessandro Babini and Daniel Wiese founded Humon on the notion that technology and biology could intersect to help athletes amplify their training and understand more about their bodies.
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.”
On top of training for the Boston Marathon, Emma Howe has two internships and performed in the theatre department’s production of Kingdom City.
Bennet Johnson is running the Boston Marathon to raise money for the Special Olympics and to help people like his brother, who has autism.
Sean Kane’s Campus School buddy is now learning to walk, and Kane is running the Boston Marathon to support the school that made it possible.
Tracy Regan, associate professor of economics, found it interesting that Trump did not publically back the American Health Care Act, contrasting it with his usual tendency to use his name for marketing.
Inspired by her time at Boston College researching diet therapy, Nicole Centeno founded meal delivery service Splendid Spoon, providing thousands of American’s with wholesome soups and broths to replace unhealthy lunches.