A banner reading “Rest in Power Nex” hung over the fireplace in the O’Connell House as students, faculty, and members of the Boston College community came together to honor and mourn Nex Benedict.
Students, faculty, and community members lined the walls of the Heights Room Thursday evening to hear Nadia Murad share her story.
The UGBC Senate hosted two members from the Office of Residential Life (ResLife) to discuss improvements to the housing process at their meeting on Tuesday night.
While some kids were afraid of going to the doctor, Christie Louis looked forward to each of her doctor’s appointments. From a young age, she knew she wanted to go into healthcare.
Getting ahead of artificial intelligence (AI) and understanding the value of education is important in preventing total domination by AI, according to John FitzGibbon.
Boston College earned the lowest possible rating for campus free speech policies in a new report by the Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression (FIRE), a free speech and expression advocacy group.
When two victims of domestic violence told Claire Donohue they had been court-mandated to participate in a parenting program with their abusers, she took it upon herself to look into high-conflict parenting classes and compile research to raise awareness.
Rachael Denhollander learned firsthand that while advocacy is supremely important, it also comes at a cost.
The belief that the South is the only region of the United States with racist ties creates a false narrative of American history, according to Karen Cox.
The Boston College Office of Residential Life (ResLife) cannot commit to prioritizing the future housing options of freshmen living on Newton Campus, said Addie Weiss, UGBC Senator and MCAS ’27.