Who’s On First?, a Red Sox fan’s go to post-game bar since 1979, is set to permanently close its doors.
TurboVote Returns to BC To Encourage Students to Vote
After three years of success, TurboVote returns to BC to promote voter registration.
Student Shaves Head to Support St. Baldrick’s Cancer Research
Razor in hand and with friends to support her, Vanderhooft decided to take action and get involved with the St. Baldrick’s Foundation at the expense of her hair.
Of Mice and Eight-Men: Walsh Hall Houses Unexpected Visitors
Walsh Hall requires all non-resident guests to check in upon entrance to the building, but a number of four-legged furry guests have entered the building uninvited.
To Spread Authenticity, Happiness Project Comes to BC for the Second Year
UGBC is partnering with several other campus organizations to bring the Happiness Project to BC for the second year in a row.
Mayor Walsh Gives His Second State of the City Address
Mayor Walsh emphasized his plans for education, housing, income inequality, higher minimum wage, and public safety.
How Dean Boynton Uses Improv Techniques In Curriculum
The dean of the Carroll School of Management thinks improv companies can teach a lot about innovation and creativity.
BC Chosen For Launch Of Barbour Ambassador Program
Two BC juniors are the area’s first college brand ambassadors.
Twelve Days Of International Education, Fashion, Networking
International Education Week began Nov. 9 and will continue until Nov. 20.
A Bridge Between BC Law And Undergraduate Studies
The environmental law class, taught by third-year law students at BC, will give undergrads the opportunity to take more classes at BC Law.