BC is about to enter into a new era of athletics, providing the perfect opportunity to update its uniforms and introduce new style.
The Wounded Warrior Project, which pairs a BC student athlete with a war veteran, is hosting a gala Nov. 1 to raise funds for the program to continue into the spring semester.
An anonymous source started a petition calling on the University to include a larger pool and more tennis courts in the new recreation complex.
Are you more of an Olaf or an Eeyore in your view of this year’s Eagles?
After losing $1.68 million in 2013-14, men’s basketball rebounded in 2014-15, turning a profit of $1.12 million, according to the University’s Equity in Athletics Data Report.
It’s hard to find your team 3,000 miles away from home, but Ed Kelly and the rest of BC men’s soccer are making a convincing case for your support.
The change.org petition was begun for a school project.
Take a quick look in the BC Bookstore or online, and you’ll find Nos. 22, 40, and 44 everywhere. Sound familiar? That isn’t a coincidence by BC Athletics.
WeatherSTEM will provide students with live, BC campus-specific weather updates.
After first voting against the measure that passed 79-1 with Big Five conference schools, BC Athletics is choosing to offer stipends to full scholarship student athletes early as August.