Boston College welcomed author and poet Stuart Dybek to campus last night in Gasson 100 for the third installment of the Lowell Humanities Series, during which Dybek explored the art of short story writing in his new collection, entitled Ecstatic Cahoots.
The University updated its student sexual misconduct policy this summer to change the process through which cases of misconduct are handled, to include more precise definitions of key terms, and to change the way Boston College weighs requests for confidentiality in reported cases.
On Tuesday night, former Congressman Bob Inglis, who served as a representative of South Carolina from 1993 to 1999 and then again from 2005 to 2011 came, to Boston College to speak about an economically conservative solution to climate change.
The brightly colored infographic comparing the many styles of Justin Bieber projected on the wall of Devlin 101 on Tuesday evening was seemingly trivial. Pulitzer Prize-winner Gareth Cook’s message was not: the power of visual thinking can be harnessed to communicate where words and unorganized data fail.
As a screen behind her showed pictures of defining moments in history for black Americans, Harris-Perry commented on the struggles of freedom, as well as citizenship, integration, voting rights, inclusion, safety in public and private life, and justice.
As an adult, Gerry Straub worked in the filmmaking industry. He became the network producer for General Hospital, and began working with many celebrities. Despite his career success, though, he said that he still felt that something was missing in his life.
Through the end of December, the Burns Library will display an exhibit showcasing a small sampling of classical books published in the Everyman’s Library (EML) series, a project that aimed to create a collection of 1,000 volumes of classical literature.
After months of deliberation over the future of the Campus School last semester, parents of Campus School students and University administrators have begun working together to keep the nearly 40-year-old program on BC grounds.
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Will Hobson, BC ’06, is scheduled to speak with students on his investigative writing experiences as formed during his academic career at an event moderated by English professor Carlo Rotella.
Boston College will play host this week to corporate managers from around the world for the Corporate Citizenship Management Intensive Program, run by the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship based in the Carroll School of Management (CSOM).