Nothing brings people together better than social media and food, so sophomore Isabelle Lumb decided to combine the two.
With the upcoming presidential elections, Student Affairs is hosting several events to prepare students to vote.
The Student Assembly passed a resolution on Sunday night that calls on the administration to create a LGBTQ resource center on campus.
The University Strategic Planning Initiative, an 18-month self-assessment, will continue to seek input from the BC community this semester, beginning with a town-hall meeting Oct. 5.
The bottom unit of 242 Foster St. was robbed Wednesday night when the tenants were with their friends in the top unit of the house.
Joon Park, MCAS ’18, created Queer Clapback, a week-long event that called on students to wear their support love t-shirts. The event was in response to an anti-gay slur posted by an unknown person last week in the Mod Lot.
Although ISIS may lose territory in the Middle East, Peter Krause said, its ideology will continue to inspire individuals in Africa, the United States, and Europe to commit acts of terrorism.
With the construction of 2150 Comm Ave, BC adds green to its usual maroon and gold motif.
A fiery, billowing mane of red hair is fitting for the exuberant personality of the world-renowned Irish cultural scholar and current Burns Visiting Scholar Louis de Paor.
As she begins her junior year, Assistant Features Editor Kayla Fernando reflects on her former roommate’s cryptic parting words.