Rev. Michael Himes, a former professor of theology at Boston College and a priest of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn, N.Y., died on Thursday at the age of 75.
“Everything About This Program is First Class”: James Talks Longevity, Pursuit of Excellence at Introductory Press Conference
Newly hired athletics director Blake James spoke to the BC community and the media for the first time on Thursday at his introductory press conference.
The Boston College Police Department responded to a hoax phone call on Saturday night that claimed an individual in 66 Commonwealth Ave. possessed a gun and intended to harm himself, according to Associate Vice President for University Communications Jack Dunn.
BC Urges Community Members to Receive Second Booster, Requires Vaccination and First Booster for New Members
Boston College will recommend but not require that community members receive a second COVID-19 booster shot for the 2022–2023 academic year, according to an email sent on Tuesday.
The Class of 2022 will be the last undergraduate class at Boston College to receive a final class rank, according to Akua Sarr, vice provost for undergraduate academic affairs.
According to Jennifer Braceras, allowing transgender women to compete in women’s sports is extremely harmful to female athletes.