The lack of representation for students with physical disabilities was brought back under consideration this past February, when Phoebe Fico, A&S ’16, wrote a Letter to the Editor that was published in The Heights.
With just a few days left in September, students are reasonably expected to be fully immersed in their classes, clubs, and jobs—and most are. But, like every year, there’s a group of about 1,200 students in the sophomore class who are already thinking about next fall.
Over the summer, Judy Ferres, associate director of the Office for Institutional Diversity (OID), helped create a website that provides students with disabilities one central location where they can access information about how to get around on campus.
After its launch this summer, the newly formed Institute for Advanced Jesuit Studies at Boston College will finalize its residence at 9 Lake St. on Brighton Campus in November after a temporary stay in Stokes Hall.
More than 30 years after his family came to Boston to take refuge from political persecution, President Benigno S. Aquino III of the Philippines, speaking at Robsham Theater yesterday, recalled memories of his time living just outside the gates of Boston College on Commonwealth Avenue.
Christian Dupont joined Boston College as the new John J. Burns Librarian and associate university librarian for special collections as of Sept. 2.
In a dark Robsham Theater this past Tuesday, a man named Stephen Rakes appeared on the large screen premiering the CNN documentary Whitey: The United States of America v. James J. Bulger, recounting his first experience with notorious Boston criminal James ‘Whitey’ Bulger.
One half of the second floor of O’Neill Library has gained a new occupant this semester, as the Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE) has taken over the space that once housed the Campus Technology Resource Center (CTRC).
Vice Provost for Undergraduate Academic Affairs Donald Hafner stepped down from his position, effective Aug. 31, with his full retirement from the faculty to come in the spring.
Thirty-one years after it was founded, the Boston College Women’s Center is experiencing a growth spurt of sorts.