After spending the spring listening to feedback on the first year of the new Gold…
On Sunday, the BC women’s lacrosse team defeated Loyola 8-3 in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
After several years of legal difficulties, BC announced that it will be returning the interviews conducted as a part of the Belfast Project to the interviewees.
By: Carolyn Freeman
Boston was able to come together in the aftermath of last year’s marathon because the city had prepared for it and trusted each other, said former mayor Thomas M. Menino at the Clough Colloquium’s Making Boston Stronger panel in Robsham Theater on May 7.
While it may be safe to say that students don’t hear these remarks expressed so openly on a day-to-day basis, Yik Yak makes apparent that the prejudices students hold lie just below the surface. Take away accountability, and BC students are willing to let the rest of the student body know exactly what they are thinking. Without a filter, to be honest, we sound like a group of bigots.
By: Mary Rose Fissinger
The White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault released a report on Tuesday aimed at helping colleges and universities address, respond to, and prevent sexual assault on campus. The report includes guidelines for how these institutions can identify the climate surrounding sexual violence on their campuses, employ prevention programs, ensure that victims get the support they need, and investigate crimes.
As an alumnus, both of this university and this newspaper, and as a current Boston College grad student who is rather proud of my alma mater, I would like to respectfully and wholeheartedly express my disagreement with the entire premise and tenor of Nate Fisher’s April 28 column, “Every Man for Himself.”