On Monday morning, the Undergraduate Government of Boston College released a statement addressing the BC community in the aftermath of violent events.
Boston College surpassed universities like Duke, Cornell, and the University of Virginia to take the 22nd spot on Forbes’ Top Colleges in America ranking.
Beginning on Friday, BC Athletics’s antiquated four primary Twitter accounts will now each have a fresh, new handle.
UHS began operations in its new location in 2150 Comm. Ave today with updated equipment and additional space.
Kristin Chenoweth, known for her roles in TV, movie and Broadway shows, will be the guest performer at the 2016 Pops on the Heights gala.
Timmy Frakes, MCAS ’16, passed away Tuesday morning at his parents home in Phoenix, Ariz. More information to come.
Author of ‘A Chance in the World’ and Vice President of Walgreens Steve Pemberton, BC ’89, will address the incoming freshman class at the 2016 Convocation ceremony.
The remarks from U.S. Secretary of Energy Ernest J. Moniz, BC ’66, focused on embracing change in a world that has shifted in many key ways, as shown by massive environmental change, like increased snowfall, and social tragedies, like the Boston Marathon bombings.
BC student Dana Morrissey, MCAS ’16, reported missing Monday afternoon after not being at the commencement ceremony Monday morning, was found by Newton Police several hours later.
The man, who was detained by several BC students, was thought to be a suspect in recent off-campus burglaries.