The company Sofar Sounds hosts intimate concerts for low prices—adding a sense of spontaneity by keeping the night’s lineup a secret.
The Boston College Law School received a $10 million donation from Marianne Short, BC Law ’76, according to an Oct. 28 press release.
For the first time in the school’s history, Boston College was invited to attend COP26, a two-week United Nations conference on climate change. A group of BC students and faculty will join 20,000 people from around the world in Glasgow, Scotland for the conference.
After a year of mostly virtual classes and club meetings, traditions put on hold, and capacity restrictions that kept students isolated, BC—which is over 99 percent fully vaccinated—is embracing in-person events once again.
To close out the semester and thank BC students for their dedication to following University COVID-19 protocols, the Undergraduate Government of BC, in partnership with BC Dining and BC Athletics, offered a series of campus-wide events, meet and greets, giveaways, and more in what they dubbed “Thank You Week.”
Small groups of admitted students are being welcomed back on campus for in-person tours during the month of April—it’s the first time prospective students have been allowed to participate in on-campus programming since Boston College first closed in March 2020.
Using his legal and medical background, Hashimoto tries to cut through partisan rhetoric around the COVID-19 pandemic, and argues for the importance of masking in the United States.
The Student Assembly (SA) of UGBC confirmed Emma Searle, MCAS ’23, and Avery Olsen, Lynch ’22, to the 2021-22 Executive Council on Tuesday night.