The 2018 Class Council will host its first Dance Marathon to raise money for the Boston Children’s Hospital Children’s Fund. […]
An upcoming Medical Humanities conference hosted by BC will explore the intersection between medicine and the humanities, and will feature presentations of submissions by writers from around the Northeast. […]
“Making noise is feeding into that particular [aggressive] type of behavior,” Davidson explained. “Love begets love.” […]
The new women’s club basketball team has become a formidable force on the court to compete in national championships. […]
CSOM professor Ian Appel publication has been recognized for offering a new perspective on investing. […]
In war-torn Syria, spurts of electricity offer an escapist glimpse into another world. […]
“When you’re not used to the noises and how loud they are, it’s kind of terrifying, but then you really get used to it,” Aboukhater said. A recent transfer student to Boston College, Layla Aboukhater escaped Syria’s escalating violence in Nov. 2014 alongside her father.
If you want to learn about what makes us human, open a book. Books chronicle our progress through time, recording our unique stories, cultures, and ways of thinking for posterity. […]