Pengliang Yue, A&S ’15, has been arrested after confessing to lighting the fires in Gasson and Stokes Hall, according to the University. He has been arraigned in Newton District Court. […]
On Saturday night, fires were reportedly set in Stokes Hall and Gasson Hall. The cause of the fire remains under investigation. […]
By: Mary Rose Fissinger
At a faculty forum in April 2012, amidst a slew of data presented by Vice President of Planning and Assessment Kelli Armstrong to the hundreds of faculty members who had gathered that day, one statistic stood out to the crowd: female students leave Boston College with lower self-confidence than they had as freshmen. In contrast, men generally gain self-confidence during their four years here, despite having, on average, lower GPAs than their female classmates.
This week, GLC is hosting a series of events in National Coming Out Week. These events are designed to spark conversations on campus and show support for members of the GLBTQ community […]
The Belfast Project was started as an oral history project on The Troubles in Northern Ireland. It has since developed into an international legal debacle. […]
This week, GLC has been holding events every day as a part of National Coming Out Week, a week set aside to raise awareness about GLBTQ issues. […]