Criminal Lawyer Brett Levy will help two BC students bring civil cases against Chipotle for damages they received after being infected by the norovirus last month.
BC’s CEO Club will hold a forum in Dublin coinciding with the Aer Lingus College Football Classic next fall.
BC freshman examines what he considers racial inequalities within Trump’s presidential campaign.
BC alumna Jessie Rosen recently released her debut novel, a young adult fiction publication entitled “Dead Ringer.”
Amid multiple attacks in the metropolitan area, all Boston College students studying in Paris are safe, confirmed the Office of International Programs.
Citing local violence, volunteer program seeks alternate location.
A think tank formed by several BC Law professors is taking on the questions of tax-free endowments and philanthropic donations.
Eight BC alums discuss their respective experiences with Venture for America, a two-year fellowship program looking to revitalize U.S. cities through entrepreneurship.
National cuts have trickled down, and BC’s program has been cut for the year, with the hope of restarting next year.
Resistance from Newton residents fails to prevent purchase of the nine acres of developed land and surrounding wooded property.