Robert J. Morrissey may have donated millions of dollars to Boston College, but editors Michael Sullivan and Archer Parquette think other alumni of the school could have easily be given this honor.
Issues of wealth, class, and privilege at BC were discussed Monday night in the latest installment of UGBC’s “BC Ignites” series.
Alexis Jones is the founder of I Am That Girl—a non-profit whose goal is to promote wellness and self-love for girls across the world—and spoke to students as a part of Love Your Body Week, co-sponsored by UGBC, I Am That Girl (IATG) at BC, and Women in Business (WIB).
The BC alum recounted five important realizations to which he has come on his unconventional path from school to the social media industry, the first of which is that having a 10-year plan does not always make sense.
George Bodenheimer, who oversaw ESPN from 1998-2011, told audience members that mission, brand and culture were the keys to success.