Since the announcement that the CSOM Honors Program (HP) would stop accepting students admitted after the Class of 2021, a group of CSOM HP members has been working to create a new program for the incoming freshmen. The group established the Fulton Leadership Society (FLS), a new club with a mission of furthering “high achieving”…
Just Have a Good Day
In 1976, Daniel Beaton began working as a custodian for Boston College as a 24-year-old father of three. Now, as a truck driver for BC’s mail services, Beaton has sent four of his five kids to BC, and is in his 45th year of marriage while approaching his 42nd year as a BC employee. He…
Two Students Accused of Property Damage For Chalking
When asked if he knew that chalking was in violation of University policy, Matthew Barad, MCAS ’19, said, “I did not. And I am still not convinced it is.”
CSD Advocates to Improve Eagle Escort
“We’ve been working pretty extensively with the administration from prior to the resolution, I would say,” said Clair Chatellier, the current chair of CSD and MCAS ’19.
CSOM Honors Students Plan Proposal, Hope to Create New Organization
Andrew Kearney, CSOM ’18, hopes to have an approved, fully vetted, organization ready to go by the end of the semester.
Peter Markell, BC ’77, Officially Selected as New Chair of Board of Trustees
Markell served most recently as the Board’s vice chairman.
Student Center Still in the Works, Despite Absence From Strategic Plan
BC’s strategic plans don’t typically include specific building plans, and the University still intends to build a student center.
Union Members Optimistic Heading Into NLRB Vote
A site run by “Concerned BC Grad Students” launched last week in opposition to the unionization efforts.
Visa Processes and DACA Face Some Uncertainty
As DACA is extended for two years and fast-track processing for necessary visas resume for faculty, international students and faculty face some pending uncertainty as the future of DACA is pending and visa processes become more elaborate.
Justin Lloyd, MCAS ’18, Dies After Five-Year Battle With Cancer
Justin Lloyd, MCAS ’18, died last week after a five-year battle with a rare form of cancer called adenocarcinoma.