The Campus School Volunteers gear up for the Chilly Half-Marathon, which will help boost fundraising efforts for the group.
For BC Dining’s Ana Jimenez, “It is one of the most beautiful things, working with students.”
Originally beginning when BC alum Karen Kiefer wrote a book about mismatched socks, the Misfit Sock movement transcended the laundry room and expanded into today’s initiative, embracing and celebrating diversity in all aspects of life.
Originating in New England and handcrafted using only local ingredients, the simple New England Classic has become a classic part of the BC Dining experience.
A BC senior examines the University’s aesthetic, and its place in the development of personal narratives.
BC’s Title IX Steering Committee, also called the Sexual Assault Steering Committee, was formed in 2011 as a response to the Dear Colleague Letter (DCL).
When actor Daniel Dae Kim took the stage in Devlin 008 to detail his secret to looking so young—exercise, face-washing, and rigorous TV makeup—the audience burst into laughter and applause. Last Thursday evening, the Boston College Hawaii Club and the Korean Students Association hosted an audience Q&A session with Kim, who previously starred in television…
BC is only the second institution to participate in Coca-Cola’s international empowerment initiative, “Project Ripple.”
So it’s been a month, your feet are starting to get wet again back on campus, and things are looking up. Just when you had started to doubt yourself, all the stars aligned: your academic advisor let you know that your credits have in fact been going through, you’ve made some new pals who really…
The #WeWereBC exhibit, organized by BC’s history department, depicts images from the University’s past as researched by current undergraduate students.