Another resolution calls for BC to revamp its bias incident reporting by creating an ad hoc response team and centralizing an online form on the Agora Portal.
Simons and McCaffrey reported on the quality of UGBC programs, student accessibility, and inclusivity at BC.
After the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando, instances of police brutality across the country, and a homophobic vandalism on campus in September, UCS thinks now is the time for more focus on diversity and inclusion.
The financial cost of a pandemic is roughly $60 billion a year, even though it would take only $4 billion to prevent a pandemic entirely, according to Ashish Jha.
After losing his sight, Ben Seo continues to bring his passion for music to Boston College.
Boston College’s Women Innovators Network seeks to empower women in the business sector by inviting big-name entrepreneurs such as Diane Hessan.
Features editor James Lucey ends his Heights career with a final column about where he’s going next—or at least hopes to.
The Winston Center hopes to broaden the minds of Boston College students entering the business world and elsewhere by challenging their ethical beliefs.
New Associate Dean of Research James Slotta believes the Lynch school faculty’s extensive expertise in teaching, learning, assessment, technology, and social justice can be attributed to the campus on a wider basis.
Students who graduate with a degree in Slavic Studies or Russian have a wide array of opportunities because of their knowledge of the language and culture.