I felt it only prudent to conclude my features editor, column-writing journey the way I began it: with talk of Christmas tidings and the eagerness that surrounds them.
New course offerings will be available for students in the spring semester.
A BC Ph.D student takes a look at the history of the popular drug.
In light of the recent terror attacks in Paris, the Office of International Programs addresses the proper protocol for responding to emergencies abroad.
La Maison Francaise, a residential program in Voute Hall, offers students a forum for all things Francophone.
Voute Hall’s La Casa Hispanica offers students an immersive residential experience in Spanish culture.
BC freshman examines what he considers racial inequalities within Trump’s presidential campaign.
On Thursday, Nov. 19, members of the BC community will address and create a conversation around sexual violence through literature, art, and music with Speak Out: Standing Up to Sexual Violence through the Arts.
BC alumna Jessie Rosen recently released her debut novel, a young adult fiction publication entitled “Dead Ringer.”
Seven BC alumnae were featured in The Boston Globe’s article, “2015 Top 100 Women-led Businesses in Massachusetts.”