Boston College football released its updated 2020 schedule Wednesday morning, shortly following the ACC’s announcement of its fall athletics plan.
An anonymous faculty member questions why BC will not let faculty teach online amid a pandemic, and calls on others to ask BC to allow faculty to opt-out.
The FACES Council hosted a Zoom event in which BC faculty discussed institutional racism and anti-racism techniques for the classroom. Over 100 attended.
The Atlantic Coast Conference released an updated plan for the fall season, outlining safety guidelines and regulations for football and fall Olympic sports, including minimum testing requirements and conference schedules.
BC students will not have to quarantine for two weeks upon their arrival in Massachusetts if they receive a negative COVID-19 test result within three days of their return or test negatively when they arrive on campus.
A new study originally published in the Journal of Sport Management named the Yawkey Athletics Center at Boston College as one of 18 athletic facilities in the United States with ties to “honorees with questionable racist pasts.”