Boston College is restricting its guest policy in University residence halls beginning Friday, according to a Wednesday email from Executive Vice President Michael Lochhead and Doug Comeau, director of University Health Services (UHS).
Boston College’s COVID-19 dashboard now restates testing numbers to reflect the number of undergraduate tests rather than the number of individual undergraduate students tested each week, Dunn said, as some undergraduates are tested more than once in a week.
The Portico Program and the Winston Center for Leadership and Ethics hosted a lecture titled “Doing What’s Right” on Nov. 19. The forum featured Dan Price, founder of Gravity Payments, who talked about his decision to use his business for social change.
Four Boston College faculty members discussed faith in Catholicism in 2018 during a panel titled “Catholic Belonging in a Time of Scandal.”
Boston College’s radio station, WZBC, has launched a fundraiser in order to help with an upcoming remodel of its studios in McElroy 107. The fundraiser is officially taking place from Oct. 12 through Oct. 21, but there will be a link for online donations online up until Nov. 4.
Boston College’s Pride Week was filled with events to celebrate and uplift the LGBTQ+ community at BC. The week featured an opening event and community dinner, information on protecting trans rights, a queer intersectionality panel, and more.
Boston College Dining Services has in recent weeks made significant changes to Eagle’s Nest, the popular lunch spot known for its salads and sandwiches, and the long lines for each. “Our McElroy dining team has observed that the lines at Eagle’s Nest this semester at lunch have been long and have been working on changes…