Contributors To Presidential Scholars’ Publication Discuss Social Injustices In Boston One year after the Boston Marathon bombings, four contributors to a publication produced by Boston College Presidential Scholars—”The Heart of This City: Boston Strong and Becoming Stronger”—came to speak at BC. On the one-year anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings, contributors to a publication produced…
A man was arrested in Northern Ireland in conjunction with the case investigating the murder of Jean McConville.
On Monday, March 31, the Boston College School of Theology and Ministry (STM) hosted an event featuring four recipients of the Lumen Christi Award in Robsham Theater.
In an ever-globalizing world, non-verbal and technological communication has become the norm, making antiquated ways of communicating obsolete in many situations.
I have realized that the housing process at Boston College-whether you are its biggest fan or its worst enemy-brings to a light a lot of questions about a home itself.
By: Carolyn Freeman
Often, the most interesting choice high school students get to make is choosing between Advanced Placement (AP) Biology or AP Chemistry, but hundreds of high school students in the Boston area have a choice twice a year to take classes like Psychology in Pop Culture and PhiLOSTophy.
By: Rebecca Moretti
On Dec. 4, 2013, the American Studies Association (ASA) issued a resolution calling for an academic boycott of Israeli universities, encouraging its member institutions, which include Boston College, to act in support of the boycott.
By: Alex Gaynor
As a child, I always resisted situations that I didn’t have a plan for. I knew what I wanted, I planned out how circumstances would resolve themselves, and I would be intolerant of a situation happening any other way.
By: Jennifer Suh
English professor Paul Lewis, the chairman of the Edgar Allan Poe Foundation, led a panel discussion about the writer’s life and legacy on Sunday afternoon.
By: Kayla Famolare
When Katie Rich and Ethan Mack, both A&S ’15, chose to study abroad in Rome, the two considered their future proximity to the Vatican, the governing body of the Catholic Church and residence of Pope Francis.