A year of efforts to explore mental health in Boston by the sophomore class of the Gabelli Presidential Scholars Program is set to culminate in a documentary filmed and produced by the class.
Over Spring Break, a group of nine pre-dental students went on an immersion trip to Costa Rica, helping local dentists aid for families across the country.
A look at BC’s coffee suppliers and where they fit into the caffeine scene on campus.
James Kale enters this month’s presidential election as the candidate with the least experience in UGBC. A look at his perspectives on recent campus events and motivation for running.
In her new book Losing Touch with Nature: Literature and the New Science in Sixteenth-Century England, Boston College English professor Mary Crane explores the Scientific Revolution’s anthropological effects on society, referring to both works of literature and scientific treatises of the day to reconstruct the existential crisis experienced by the people of the 16th century….
Arts groups across campus ring in the Christmas season through song and dance.
Danielle Taghian, a lifelong Bostonian, has studied or worked at every university on the Red Line before settling down at Boston College.