Kaplan-Maxfield, professor within the English department at Boston College, relies on wit and humor in the classroom.
A new organization founded by Jeffrey Donofria, ’18, will work to quell students’ common fears of public speaking.
UGBC aims for increased attendance, wider impact of annual gala celebrating GLBTQ community.
I wouldn’t touch her with a 39-and-a-half-foot pole….
Students for Educational Reform, a national organization, has established a chapter at Boston College as it seeks to spread awareness and bring about educational reform.
Arts groups across campus ring in the Christmas season through song and dance.
The first weeks of a post-abroad semester are filled with friends, acquaintances, and peripheral figures asking about one’s time spent outside of his or her homeland. These questions, prompted by genuine interest or social protocol, must be answered in the same way. As the semester deepens and the subject runs dry, talk of abroad eventually…
“Resolved: that the emergence of women from the home is a regrettable feature of modern life.” This was a question from a 1930s debate competition, in which Boston College upheld the affirmative side of the argument against Bates College. An article in The Heights Jan. 21 issue from that year reports that, although no winner…
UGBC and BC Dining teamed up to teach nine students how to make easy, delicious Thanksgiving dishes.
Through his career in the Boston College Economics Department, Can Erbil has maintained his “can-do” attitude.