Boston College students were greeted with multiple BC Dining changes as they returned for the 2022–23 academic year. One controversial adjustment, however, was the decision to relocate sushi from Lyons to CoRo Cafe.
In the 1970s, when Boston College’s endowment hovered around $5 million, it would have been difficult to predict the powerhouse that BC’s endowment would eventually become. This past fiscal year, the endowment reached its all-time high: $3.8 billion.
Régine Jean-Charles—who spent 13 years as a professor, mentor, and colleague at Boston College—accepted a position as a full professor at Northeastern University this summer.
The Boston College Microbiological Laboratory (BCML) processes the BC community’s COVID-19 tests. First certified in September, the lab now has the capacity to process 1,000 to 1,500 test samples daily, according to Welkin Johnson, chair of the biology department and head of the Johnson Lab.
Destiny Gonzalez returned to her dorm in Xavier Hall around 9:40 p.m. on Tuesday night to a commotion on the third floor.
With the turning of a new year, one already defined by both hopes provided by a vaccine and renewed fears due to new virus strains around the world, many question what a spring semester on BC’s campus will hold.
The Undergraduate Government of Boston College (UGBC) Student Assembly unanimously passed a resolution calling for the addition of a more accessible pathway to Upper Campus at an SA meeting on Nov. 17.
Senior Isabella De Palo Garcia Perez has been volunteering for the annual Red Bandanna Run for years. “One of my favorite things is just talking to people about it,” De Palo Garcia Perez said. “A lot of people know about the event, know the race, the red bandanna, the idea behind it. … I know…
The alumni-led Back to BC programs aims to help students search for jobs, acquire career skills, and connect with other BC alumni.