Feeling distant from home is a predictable result of moving away, but food can bring those feelings of comfort back.
A few hundred people marched an accessible route from Carney to Corcoran Commons to bring awareness to problems of racism and LGBTQ and disability rights on campus.
“I feel that these conversations aren’t as effective as they could be because there is not an audience there that needs to be there,” Najat Goso, MCAS ’17, said.
The second-best bagel of all time is across the river in Cambridge.
Multiple on-campus organizations are joining together to host a march for the marginalized Thursday morning.
“It was just a little sketchy, we didn’t expect it to happen like that, if at all,” Kevin Lahiff, MCAS ’18, said.
Tom Wesner discussed his path to faith, saying that BC gives students the gift of hearing stories from faculty and staff and reflecting on their own stories of faith.
The annual gala welcomes singer Kristin Chenoweth to the stage in its 24th year.