The lawsuit comes as courts across the country work to clarify how colleges and universities should conduct sexual assault investigations.
BC moved up eight spots, from 67 to 59, in this year’s Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education (WSJ/THE) College Rankings—the highest ranking BC has been given in the four years that the two publications have jointly released a rankings list.
After making adjustments to the study abroad application process last year, the Office of International Programs (OIP) will no longer require students to list a fall program on their study abroad applications and will now ask students to list six programs, instead of three, when they apply.
The meetings are designed to provide people with a place to talk about their feelings in response to the deaths of multiple BC students that have occurred over the past six months.
After serving in the position on an interim basis since last fall, Joy Moore, BC ’81, was named vice president for Student Affairs last month, an opportunity she said she is thrilled about and reaches far past what she ever thought was possible in her career.