In the first week of this semester, I had a perplexing conversation with one of my suitemates, in which she shared her belief that “the truth does not matter.” This seemed like a rather shocking […]
The proposals include increased defense spending, homeland security, veterans affairs, and commerce, which are offset with significant cuts across the board, including a 12-percent decrease in education spending—which could greatly affect student borrowers. […]
Kari Hong, assistant professor at Boston College Law School, and Peter Skerry, a political science professor at BC, sat down on Thursday for a debate on whether a wall should be constructed along the United States-Mexico border. […]
Claude Barfield, resident scholar of trade policy at the American Enterprise Institute, gave a talk on the Trump administration’s trade policies in an event sponsored by the Boston College Republicans and the American Enterprise Institute Executive Council of BC. […]
Melinda Stoops, associate vice president for student affairs and BC’s Title IX coordinator, acknowledged some of uncertainties over the future direction of Title IX policy, particularly as it relates to sexual assault in regards to reported changes coming to the law. […]
“Boston College will continue to practice affirmative action in accordance with recent Supreme Court decisions involving the University of Michigan (2003) and University of Texas (2016),” said John Mahoney, dean of undergraduate admission and financial aid. […]
Amul Thapar, BC ’91, a 49-year-old judge on the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, met with President Donald Trump on Monday.