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.
Pete Frates was named Communicator of the Year by PRWeek for his success with starting and spreading the ALS Icebucket Challenge and raising awareness for the disease.
Ex-addict and former BC basketball player Chris Herren returns to BC to share his experience with substance abuse and his struggle toward sobriety.
Second round of Men’s Beanpot pushed back two weeks due to Winter Storm Marcus.
While varsity athletes are offered extensive services to cover injuries, intramural competitors are often left to suffer through them.
Think twice before condemning Brad Bates for voting down this widely supported measure.
The vote passed 79-1 with the NCAA’s Power Five Conferences, with BC athletics the dissenting vote, arguing the measure would further segregate athletes.
The report also revealed that BC women’s coaches are paid well below any other program in the conference, and female athletes are allotted less financial aid than male athletes.
The Atlantic Coast Conference released a statement on Tuesday promoting five priorities that the conference is sending to the NCAA as a part of the organization’s new autonomy structure—one of which was meeting college athletes’ full cost of attendance.
When Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh, WCAS ’09, returns from a trip abroad, he’ll have an ordinance waiting for him that, if signed, would directly interject local government into the BC athletic department and every other athletic department in the city.