A longtime friend of Leahy, Hendrickson takes on new position at another Jesuit university’s helm.
Most Boston College buildings will gain cameras and Wi-Fi based card readers.
For the first BC Ignites event of the year, a few upperclassmen spoke about their experience with alcohol and Boston College.
To celebrate Espresso Your Faith Week, C21 hosted an event that combined a talk by Kerry Cronin with a concert by Juice.
A recent report about juvenile females in the justice system, “Gender Injustice,” was written by Boston College Law professor Francine Sherman, BC ’80, and Annie Balck, an independent policy consultant.
Massachusetts Senator Ed Markey, BC ’68, Law ’72, spoke to an audience of about 200 people this past Monday in the Murray Room in Yawkey Center. In his talk, he emphasized the need for the United States to lead the way toward global climate change. This was the first of a series of talks hosted…
Sinn Fein political party president Gerry Adam will not face charges for his arrest last spring in connection with a 1972 murder that was disclosed in an oral history project sponsored by Boston College, the Belfast Project.
Peter Kodwo Appiah Turkson, a Ghanaian cardinal and president of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace, spoke on Pope Francis’ encyclical on climate change, as part of Our Common Home.
Using national averages, Women’s Center director Katie Dalton estimates that 237 women per class will be assaulted at Boston College.
In Sarr’s new role as vice provost, she hopes to remain close to students.