The Boston College Chinese Students Association (CSA) and the Japan Club of BC (JCBC) released a joint statement on Wednesday condemning the BC Instagram account for using a stock image to promote their upcoming formal.
BC Dining Will Offer Three Meal Plan Options for the 2023–24 School Year
Boston College will offer three price levels—light, base, and premium—for students’ residential meal plans starting in the 2023–24 school year, according to Director of Dining Services Beth Emery.
BC Will Officially Integrate LGBTQ+ Programming and Support Into BAIC This Summer, Administrators Announce
Boston College will officially integrate its LGBTQ+ programming and support into the Thea Bowman AHANA and Intercultural Center (BAIC) this summer, according to an email sent to the BC community on Friday afternoon.
BC Announces Ukraine’s Ambassador to the U.S. Will Deliver Commencement Address
Oksana Markarova, Ukraine’s ambassador to the United States, will deliver Boston College’s 2023 commencement address on May 22, according to a University release.
Kotzen, Heckelman Win UGBC Pres., VP Election
Jonah Kotzen and Meghan Heckelman will be UGBC’s next president and vice president, respectively.
BC Admits 15 Percent of Applicants to Class of 2027
Boston College admitted 15 percent of 36,525 applicants to the Class of 2027, according to a University release.
UGBC Candidates Address Mental Health Resources, Environmental Sustainability in Final Debate
The two teams running for UGBC president and vice president faced off in a final debate on Thursday night, tackling issues including sustainability, academic advising, and mental health resources ahead of Monday’s election.
“You Have an Obligation to Make a Difference”: Liz Cheney Urges Students to Run for Office
Former Republican Congresswoman Liz Cheney addressed an overflowing audience at Boston College on Thursday, stressing that she never doubted former President Donald Trump should be impeached following the Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol riot.
Thinking About Resilience Seminar Highlights Sharing Strengths Through Small-Group Discussions
Boston College launched a new Cross Currents seminar this spring designed to build students’ resilience through small-scale discussions, according to Matt Razek, an instructor for the course and associate director for student programming at Boston College.
“Not Just for Ourselves, but for Everyone”: Black History Month’s Evolution at BC
At BC, Black History Month programming has surged in the past 50 years, with new lineups of theatre performances, lectures, poetry exhibits, and more. But even now, students feel the BC community can better engage with Black History Month.