While April 6th is commemorated nationally as Student-Athlete Day, BC Athletics has planned a week of events to show appreciation for its student-athletes’ commitment to the University’s mission.
A year of efforts to explore mental health in Boston by the sophomore class of the Gabelli Presidential Scholars Program is set to culminate in a documentary filmed and produced by the class.
Ahead of Own It Summit, alumna Rollauer discusses her circuitous business career path.
Honing in on his sound while making efforts to build his personal brand, William Bolton spent Spring Break in Los Angeles meeting with potential management teams and filming new music videos for his upcoming album.
Editor’s note: In April of 2014, Georgetown University brought together over 30 nationally reputable speakers and 400 attendees through its inaugural OWN IT Summit, a series of events aimed to inspire and provide networking opportunities for college-age women. On March 29, the University will host the Summit in Chestnut Hill through co-sponsors the Undergraduate Government…
Despite the stress of finals week, Bapst Library became the romantic setting for a former Eagle’s marriage proposal.
With the true spirit of giving in mind, several students and faculty members are preparing for service trips through various Boston College clubs and organizations.
With good planning and persistence, finals week doesn’t have to be a complete disaster.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and Boston College spares no expense when it comes to spreading holiday cheer.
Love Your Body Week is a great awareness campaign, but constant campus-wide dialogue about health and body image is necessary to combat the normalizing of a body-conscious culture.