Foley and McCarthy see GLC and ALC’s involvement in drafting the debate questions as a conflict of interest and hope to discontinue UGBC’s involvement from it.
While schools including Dartmouth College were dislodged in the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education, BC moved to the highest ranking classification on Feb. 1.
Members of the BC community express frustration at the recent price increase for on-campus overnight parking permits to $630 a semester.
Jay Sullivan, a published author, discussed his time volunteering in Jamaica after graduating from BC.
On Thursday, the history department, the African and African Diaspora Studies Program, the Jesuit Institute, Catholic Studies, and Gregory Kalscheur, SJ, the Dean of Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences, will host a screening of The Passage at St. Augustine in McGuinn 121 at 4:15 p.m.
After three years of success, TurboVote returns to BC to promote voter registration.
On Monday, Feb. 15, Brian Kelly, the “mobster prosecutor” and a former U.S. Justice Department attorney, will speak in McElroy 237 at 5 p.m
Following a recent student publication, The Heights takes a look at the philosophical mission of The Woods College of Advancing Studies.
Hillside Cafe—a popular destination to grab a bite, work on homework, or people-watch—certainly doesn’t run itself. Mark Judd helps.
On Thursday, Feb. 11 at 6:00 p.m. in the Cadigan Alumni Center on Brighton Campus, the Boston College School of Theology and Ministry (STM) and The Church in the 21st Century Center (C21) will host a panel event titled “The Treasure of Hispanic Catholicism: Latino/Hispanic Ministry in American Catholicism.” The event will explore the changing…