But I like to regard death as one of the ultimate expressions of love. We lay our loved ones to rest and show our love by bringing them flowers and small gifts that they would enjoy. We place a monument of solid stone in the ground in a final act of defiance of death to mark the significance of one mere life. We share stories and keep their memories alive for as long as we can until it’s finally our turn to rest.
An in-depth look at the mission of the Connell School of Nursing, past and present.
Assistant Features Editor Kayla Fernando walks down the halls of high school one more time.
On Thursday, Feb. 11 at 6:00 p.m. in the Cadigan Alumni Center on Brighton Campus, the Boston College School of Theology and Ministry (STM) and The Church in the 21st Century Center (C21) will host a panel event titled “The Treasure of Hispanic Catholicism: Latino/Hispanic Ministry in American Catholicism.” The event will explore the changing…
When in Ecuador, do as the locals do—even if it means jumping off a bridge to contemplate the meaning of life.
Life, studying, and organic chemistry.
On Wednesday, Nov. 18, BC’s student group R.E.A.C.T. will host “Breaking the Chains: A Panel on Human Trafficking.”
Vincent Rougeau discussed making the law school more diverse, and how society needs to reject racial prejudice.
Through its new initiative “Test Kitchen,” BC Dining hopes to add creative dishes to the menu while also getting direct student feedback.
Originating in New England and handcrafted using only local ingredients, the simple New England Classic has become a classic part of the BC Dining experience.