Boston College’s Global Observatory on Pollution and Health released a report on Thursday investigating the effects of ocean pollution on human health.
Upon entering O’Neill Library, visitors are confronted with one of the library’s newest additions: a neon green sign displaying its current occupancy. BC Libraries, a staple in students’ academic lives, were uniquely challenged by the pandemic, struggling to constantly update and shift its policies in order to comply with University, state, and federal regulations. From…
“I am trying not to hedge my bets. I’m trying not to get my hopes up,” Katz said. “I’m trying not to resort my mental state to just envisioning the impending doom.”
Rubenstein Hall and Ignacio Hall temporarily lost power on Sunday night, from shortly before 6 p.m. to just after 8:30 p.m. Both residence halls also temporarily lost WiFi.
Douglas Comeau will be the new director of University Health Services starting this July. He will also be the director of Primary Care Sports Medicine.
“[They were] wondering how long it was going to last, wondering what would come next. Students were wondering whether it would affect their job prospects and whether they’re going to graduate on time and how they were going to be graded. All of that was up in the air, so long as the strike lasted.”
Cooped up in her house in Randolph, N.J., junior Isabel Litterst watched the news in despair as it told stories of the many lives turned upside down by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Boston College Graduate Employees Union called on the University to establish a contract that would address their concerns about harassment, pay, and health care.