As the NLRB prepares to deliver a verdict, BC’s graduate workers are poised to make waves.
From Duchesne East to the Big Apple, Juice has paved the way for future artists at BC.
John Walsh’s first video had thousands of views and was shouted out by Taylor Swift.
By going beyond Chestnut Hill and maintaining a patient, flexible personality, Louise Lonabocker has fostered an environment at BC that strives for innovation.
Kevin Sullivan and Sazan Dauti have both created apps that benefit BC students. And they haven’t asked for a cent in return.
The Heights usually highlights people that BC would eventually want to tout as famous alumni. But there are plenty of students whose commitment to their passions deserve recognition.
Natasha Bednarz, MCAS ’17, won a Fulbright scholarship to research geology in the Caucasus region with the Transect Project.
Since she came to Boston College a year late as a transfer, Shannon Kelly is trying to make up for lost time by participating in the typical BC traditions.
Tom Lombardo, CSOM ’17, and his conglomerate of philosophy-minded friends crafted this semester’s issue of Dianoia.