Amul Thapar, BC ’91, a 49-year-old judge on the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, met with President Donald Trump on Monday.
BC Names Grant Gosselin Director of Undergraduate Admission
“My Boston College education transformed my life, and I could not be more thrilled to help shape future generations of BC students and alumni in this new role,” Gosselin said.
At 142nd Commencement Exercises, a New Beginning for Class of 2018
“You graduates of the class of 2018 have great talent and promise because of who you are and what you have experienced in our community,” University President Rev. William P. Leahy, S.J., said.
University Announces DiversityEdu Following Student Activism
DiversityEdu is a research-based online program that teaches skills to understand the impact of unconscious bias, language, and behavior.
CSOM Associate Dean Richard Keeley to Retire
“I feel very fortunate to have been part of this community, and to have been able to contribute in some way to its progress,” Keeley said.
University Grapples With Wave of Faculty Retirements
“Even as we have probably more older faculty, that’s been offsetted by all the new faculty that we’ve hired,” said Vice Provost for Faculties Billy Soo.
Early Recruiting Timeline Causes Stress as CSOM Sophomores Make Plans for Junior Summer
A number of bulge bracket banks targeting sophomores are in the midst of conducting interviews and super days for internships next summer.
2018-19 Has Most-Ever AHANA+ RAs
“It’s a big passion of mine to make sure we represent our student body within our staff,” said Mike Lorenz, ResLife’s associate director for selection, development, and formation.
Over 200 Faculty Sign Letter Calling on Leahy, Quigley to Issue ‘Strong Response’ to B.o.B’s Stances
“We, faculty and staff of Boston College, are embarrassed that our Jesuit and Catholic university is supporting a performer who spouts such offensive and uneducated statements,” the letter reads.
Leading Up to Modstock, CAB Apologizes for Inviting B.o.B
“In light of recent concerns over our selection for Modstock, we would like to respond to the BC community by apologizing to any student, faculty, or staff member offended by our selection,” the CAB statement said.