Earl Grant, Boston College’s men’s basketball head coach, spoke of his experience finding God and following His plan Tuesday night at the last Agape Latte event of the academic year.
Former President of Ireland Mary Robinson said the climate crisis is in need of a feminist solution during the Hosting Earth Conference at Boston College on Saturday.
It was the spring of 1969, and the Boston College Black Forum had just emerged from eight weeks of meetings with BC faculty and administrators. The students had successfully negotiated the creation of a Black Studies program—set to launch the following September—with the goal of expanding BC’s Black student and faculty population.
Business leaders and politicians met in the Boston Harbor Hotel to hear Bancel discuss the company’s transformation during the COVID-19 pandemic on Monday. The event was hosted by the Boston College Chief Executives Club—a Carroll School of Management business forum that hosts events for leaders in Boston featuring CEOs from around the world.
This upcoming Marathon Monday on April 18 will feature a series of on-campus events running from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., including a performance from Jason Derulo, a breakfast bingo, food trucks, and various giveaways.
Boston College faculty met on Thursday to discuss the University’s involvement in COP26 and the larger climate crisis facing the world today.
Chimbuoyim Uzodimma, a doctoral student in the Boston College School of Theology and Ministry (STM), was named the 2022 New Testament Emerging Scholars Fellow in March.
Former Alabama Senator Doug Jones missed his law school classes one day in 1977 to watch the trial of Robert Chambliss, a Ku Klux Klan member and one of the perpetrators behind the 1963 bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham that killed four young African American girls.
Aspiring lawyers of the Boston College Law School Class of 2022 will have their final academic year capped with a commencement speech on May 27 from Kimberly S. Budd, chief justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (SJC).
Boston College law students drafted a bill to reverse the 1984 happy hour ban in Massachusetts, but it is stalled in “purgatory” after being sent for further study in the state legislature.