“Technology and marketing is not separate,” Jenni Mannion said. “It is one. They’re just so intertwined, it’s almost hard to see the difference in a lot of ways.”
On the night of the attacks in Paris, Jennifer Suh was at a dinner party a few blocks away.
Lara Logan, a 60 Minutes correspondent, shared her experiences reporting in dangerous areas, including when she was sexually assaulted during protests in Egypt.
This year’s ball took place at the Westin Copley Place in downtown Boston.
Alison Bechdel, cartoonist and graphic memoirist, spoke Wednesday as part of the Lowell Humanities Series.
The University’s Center on Wealth and Philanthropy, located at 142 Beacon St., plans to close at the end of the summer once the directors finish their current research.
For the fifth year in a row, Boston College students will host area high school and middle school students for a day of activities.
New Dean of Students Thomas Mogan is trying to support for students outside the classroom, rather than just make his position about student discipline.