Student-driven campaigns for Hillary and Bernie should represent just the beginning for political action on campus.
CJBC takes advantage of its new RSO status with last Friday’s protest, but experiences a low a turnout.
Taking on the Pope’s encyclical, Boston College brought several prominent environmental speakers to campus over the last week.
Through a major campus overhaul, students will need a new ID to get into all academic, administrative, and residential buildings at BC.
The 23rd annual Pops on The Heights raised a record high $7.5 million, and entertained during another Parents’ Weekend.
The Pope’s message on important social issues should be taken and applied here at Boston College.
Rise, a new program from The Women’s Center, looks to mentor those who are always busy mentoring others.
C21’s Agape Latte is going to see an expansion to many other colleges across the country, and this is only the beginning.
The performances outside of Corcoran Commons this past Thursday night was a success for the Music Guild, and should continue to be replicated in the future.
A very successful fundraiser for the University should mean a continued focus by BC on the state of financial aid.