The latest installment of the Americans for Informed Democracy’s (AID) “Last Lecture” series provided the setting for Rev. Jeremy Clarke, S.J.’s final curtain call at Boston College. […]
The Undergraduate Government of Boston College (UGBC) inauguration marked the end of an administration that has faced the challenge of a shifting structure and ushered in a new group of leaders who will be tasked with implementing the organization’s transformed role. […]
By: Julie Orenstein
The fourth edition of BC Ignites will not take place this semester, straying from the initial plan set out by the event’s creator, Conor Sullivan, GLSOE ’14, who hoped to hold one forum each semester.
By: Austin Tedesco
Two former runners from the Boston College men’s cross country team created fake bibs using a registered runner’s number and participated in the 2014 Boston Marathon, assistant BC cross country coach Tim Ritchie confirmed to the running blog Fittish.
By: Nathan McGuire
The Mod Lot was transformed into a carnival-like atmosphere on Sunday afternoon, as the Residence Hall Association (RHA) and UGBC hosted their annual BC Boardwalk. Until last year, the event had been held in O’Neill Plaza.
By: Carolyn Freeman
Photography, which once centered on capturing a single unique moment, has since become a medium to curate life as it is lived, said Marita Sturken at her lecture, entitled “Kodak, Polaroid, and Facebook: The Shaping of Memory, Family Pictures, and Photography of the Self,” in Cushing 001 last Thursday.
By: Mary Rose Fissinger
Nearly two years after the departure of the last Career Center director, career services at Boston College can claim a new commander. Joseph Du Pont, Esq. joins BC from Brandeis University, where he worked since 2007 to expand the reach and capabilities of their Hiatt Career Center.
By: Nathan McGuire
Loic Assombo, A&S ’15, was awarded first place in the Social Entrepreneurs Envisioning Development (SEED) competition last Tuesday for his plan to develop a smartphone app to spread awareness about life-threatening diseases to countries in Africa.