Climate Justice at Boston College is an unregistered student organization that is attempting to shift the University’s stance on divesting from fossil fuels.
News Briefs: Nursing School and Immigration
The News Briefs are a twice-weekly collection of happenings around campus, published with each print issue of The Heights.
Chinese NGO Activist Visits BC, Discusses Public Involvement
The Chinese Students Association of Boston College hosted Song Qinghua, whose non-governmental organization trains Chinese people to become more politically active.
News Briefs: Postponed Events, A Massive Snowball Fight, And A Flag Controversy
The News Brief is a twice-weekly collection of happenings that occurred since our last issue.
BC Senior Loic Assobmo Works On App Connecting Patients To Doctors In Rural Africa
Loic Assobmo is searching for seed funding for his mobile app that will allow those who live in rural areas of Africa to connect to healthcare resources.
Jesuit Institute Spearheads Semester-Long Initiative On Race In Response To Student Protests
Rev. James Keenan, S.J., and the Jesuit Institute are spearheading an initiative that will promote student-faculty dialogue on topics of race.
ResLife Hopes To Ease Off-Campus Housing Process With New Website
ResLife aims to build a database to help students with the process of finding a house or apartment, negotiating with realtors, and finding roommates or subletters.
BC Named To President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll
Boston College was selected to be on the 2014 Honor Roll that recognizes schools who perform exceptional community service. Programs like PULSE show BC’s commitment to the surrounding community.
University Letter On ‘Disciplinary Outcomes’ Sent To St. Mary’s Protesters
On Monday afternoon, a letter was sent to several participants of Tuesday’s “die-in” protest in St. Mary’s Hall, indicating protesters could face sanctions.
St. Mary’s ‘Die-In’ Demonstrators Subject To Disciplinary Sanctions, Says Protester
Danny De Leon, A&S ’15, says he was told by BC vice president of Student Affairs that St. Mary’s “die-in” protesters are subject to disciplinary sanctions.