Natasha Bednarz, MCAS ’17, won a Fulbright scholarship to research geology in the Caucasus region with the Transect Project.
“She’s had a lot of success on and off the field,” Jackson Rettig, CSOM ’17, said. “Rapinoe fought for equal pay and stood against injustice.”
The 1988 Democratic presidential nominee was on campus Wednesday night to talk about how his party can rebuild post-2016.
The Class of 2019 celebrated the upcoming halfway point in their college careers with a commemorative dance.
“Take Back the Night” is rooted in international protests against sexual violence.
BC Theology professor Kristin Heyer expected the meeting to be quite formal, but instead laughed and cried within the first several minutes.
Ryan Mulderrig spent his first night at BC staying up late with his newfound friends at Claver Hall, and now he works to improve the first year experience of students like him.
The Office of University Advancement’s latest fundraising effort offered donors the chance to have BC landmarks temporarily named after them.
The BC Innocence Project, inspired by The Innocence Project founded in 1992, is a program at BC Law that serves to provide legal help to those in Massachusetts wrongfully convicted of crimes.