With social impact at the core, new interdisciplinary programs are breaking down the silos of traditional business disciplines.
Peeling away “superficial Boston,” to Riley, is a question of access. It means climbing fences, walking past doormen, capturing moments in unwelcome spaces.
The main dance floor had mostly emptied out by midnight, but on the other end of the Boston Sheraton, Juice was packing in the crowd for a third encore.
Friends and family of Stephen Ziska, MCAS ’16, report that the missing Boston College student has safely returned to his home in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn.
Ziska was last seen by his roommates leaving his Brookline apartment on Strathmore Road on Monday, May 11 around 11:30 a.m.
Featuring hip-hop artists William Bolton, Daniel Imahiyerobo, Dan Lyle, and more, ‘BC Underground’ offers a venue for underrepresented musical artists.
Rory Cuddyer, BC ’11, was recently named the ‘Startup Czar’ of Boston, a position that gives him the power to build Boston as a tech tub.
Infedel Castro, Lucid Soul, Juice, The Keystones, and Small Talk duke it out to see who will open for Modstock this year.
Thomas’ passion for film started one day in class. When her classmates were asked to name film’s canon, no single film about a person of color was included.
Lily Peng, A&S 17, came to BC with little concern for women’s issues, but soon discovered a disparity in the contributions of men and women in the classroom.