Welcome Week introduced the Class of 2020 to BC through several events, including an opportunities fair, a movie night, and floor reflection meetings.
Following the demolition of Edmonds Hall, BC parking and transportation made most of the remaining on campus parking spots for faculty, moving student parking to 2000 Commonwealth Ave.
In an effort to appease students who may be wary about internship and career exploration, the Career Center held Careerfest this past Wednesday.
BC men’s basketball is partnering with Coaches vs. Cancer to host its sixth annual 5K run to raise money for cancer patients.
At just 14 years old, singer-songwriter and New York City native Liam Lis is a rising pop sensation, with new singles featuring guitarist Nile Rodgers and rapper Fetty Wap.
The 2016 Billboard Hot 100 Music Festival, headlined by Ariana Grande, Calvin Harris, and Fetty Wap, highlighted a year of new music.
The newly-renovated museum will stand three stories tall and include a 7,000-square-foot glass atrium, allowing natural light to enter the space.
The remarks from U.S. Secretary of Energy Ernest J. Moniz, BC ’66, focused on embracing change in a world that has shifted in many key ways, as shown by massive environmental change, like increased snowfall, and social tragedies, like the Boston Marathon bombings.
On Wednesday evening, graduate students at Boston College received awards for their work as teaching assistants.
The new McMullen Museum, funded in part by the Light the World campaign, will open on Brighton Campus in September. The first exhibit will feature pieces from Harvard University’s Houghton Library and the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.