When Boston College announced its plan for the Thanksgiving break on Oct.19, students faced the choice of either remaining on campus or within Massachusetts over Thanksgiving break, or returning home and completing the remainder of the semester remotely. For many students, weighing the benefits of in-person instruction and on-campus life against spending the holiday with their families was no easy task.
UCS introduced a new module and drop-in support groups as it works to offer students more resources in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Schiller Institute for Integrated Science and Society is on schedule for it’s December 2021 opening, said Mary Nardone, associate vice president for Capital Projects Management.
President Michael Osaghae and vice president Tiffany Brooks attended the annual Jesuit Student Government Alliance Summit over Winter Break.
Northwestern professor Jennifer Nash was the second lecturer in the New Directions series, which celebrates the 50th anniversary of the African and African Diaspora Studies program.
Georgetown professor Abigail Marsh spoke on Thursday . about extraordinary altruism as understood through her research on kidney donors.
While everyone else sorts out plans for summer jobs, classes, or internships, a group of 10 students is being selected to start their summer off on a different path—literally.