I felt it only prudent to conclude my features editor, column-writing journey the way I began it: with talk of Christmas tidings and the eagerness that surrounds them.
Eight BC alums discuss their respective experiences with Venture for America, a two-year fellowship program looking to revitalize U.S. cities through entrepreneurship.
BC is only the second institution to participate in Coca-Cola’s international empowerment initiative, “Project Ripple.”
When Boston College first opened its doors on Sept. 5, 1864 to its initial three professors and 22 male students, the Jesuit campus was comprised of only two buildings and 115,000 square feet—essentially one city block on the South End’s Harrison Ave. Since its 19th-century inauguration, BC has accrued 147 buildings within 362 acres and…
A midwesterner’s take on regional prejudice and its place at Boston College.
“I did not have sexual relations with that woman.” (Include the necessary, regional Arkansas inflections for full effect.) C’mon, even non-history buffs should know this one—it’s a classic. Washington, D.C., 1998: former President Bill Clinton, in the White House, with the 22-year-old intern. Shocking the American public from sea to sea as the nation collectively…
Seven student speakers presented at this year’s BC Talks, discussing a myriad of academic research topics.
Own It keynote speaker Kate White spoke on March 29 about the need to make one’s brand bigger, better, bolder, and more “badass.”