The Heights awarded Eradicate Boston College Racism with a momentum award for its anti-racist activity on campus throughout the 2015-16 academic year.
Throughout the course of the year, discontent on campus with regards to race led UGBC and the administration to open up dialogue on these issues but they were unable to change much of the University’s policies.
On Wednesday evening, graduate students in the Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences received awards for their work as teaching assistants.
The new McMullen Museum, funded in part by the Light the World campaign, will open on Brighton Campus in September. The first exhibit will feature pieces from Harvard University’s Houghton Library and the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.
“Agape Latte Extra: Senior Night” featured graduates from the Class of 2015 who shared their experiences in the last year since graduation.
Tom Coburn, CEO of Jebbit, is the semifinalist for the Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year 2016 Award. The winner will be announced on June 23 at a gala event at the Boston Marriott Copley Place.
Down two percent from last year, the Office of Admissions received 29,000 total applications for the class of 2020. Last year, BC received 29,486.
Marcel Uwineza’s story is a long one, he warns, but both his experiences surviving the Rwandan Genocide and becoming involved in the Catholic Church is have made him the man he is today.
UGBC president Thomas Napoli, MCAS ’16, and vice-president Olivia Hussey, MCAS ’17, hosted more events this year but were unable to accomplish major goals.
In a series of texts, columnist Emily Sadeghian recounts her journey on the Heights and passes the torch to the next generation of Eagles.