“I do not expect the decision to affect yield on our admitted students from the top 5 percent of the applicant pool,” Mahoney said in an email.
After 60 Years, MCAS Honors Program Will End With Class of 2021
The announcement comes after some talk among students and faculty within the program that changes were on the way.
How BC’s Production of ‘Chicago’ is Responding to the Las Vegas Shooting
“It was important that we, as men and women for others, address what happens to our human family when one man … decides to extinguish the lives of 59 people and injure over 500 more,” wrote director Michelle Miller, BC ’98.
Erik Weihenmayer on How He Climbed Mt. Everest—While Blind
“Most people are just interested in my dog,” Weihenmayer said. “People come up to me like ‘I love your dog!’ and then I’m walking away and I hear them say, ‘Didn’t that guy climb Everest blind?’”
Portico, Globalization Among Most Enrolled Courses This Semester
Globalization and Atlantic Worlds are two of the most popular history courses this semester.
Jackson Reflects on Voter Suppression in 2016 Election
The Electoral College, he said, has roots in slavery and was created to count slaves as less than people.
Faculty and Students Engage in Debate at Free Speech Forum
The Faculty for Justice have endorsed a list of proposals initially compiled by the Undergraduate Government of BC, which pushed for a revamped free expression policy on campus. This list was discussed at the event.
Students Discuss Struggles With Intersectional Identities
“For me, I’m black and queer, but I have to choose one,” Taraun Frontis, CSOM ’19, said.
Orenstein Urges Students To Talk About Sexual Culture—and Pizza Toppings
Orenstein said it is time for young women to demand intimate justice in their personal lives.
Campbell Shares Stories of Heartbreak, Calls Upon Students to Serve
“My job is to liberate energy and stir people up,” Campbell said.