EcoPledge celebrated Green Week Monday through Friday last week with various events that encouraged sustainability and green practices.
Boyle, a Jesuit author and graduate of the School of Theology and Ministry (STM), spoke at the second annual Daniel J. Harrington, S.J., Lecture Thursday on Zoom to accept STM’s Alumni Distinguished Service Award.
Harvard University students, faculty, alumni, and community members filed a complaint against the Harvard Corporation on Monday calling for Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey to order Harvard to cease its investments in fossil fuels.
Lurein Perera and his friends encountered a homeless man while walking back from dinner on a cold night in October of 2018. He asked Perera if he had money to spare, but the student was not carrying any cash.
The Boston College Lynch School of Education and Human Development’s Experience, Reflection, Action (ERA) program was chosen to present its submission at the 38th Annual Winter Roundtable: A Pandemic of Racism hosted by the Teachers College at Columbia University.
Senior Isabella De Palo Garcia Perez has been volunteering for the annual Red Bandanna Run for years. “One of my favorite things is just talking to people about it,” De Palo Garcia Perez said. “A lot of people know about the event, know the race, the red bandanna, the idea behind it. … I know…
Boston College almuna Anna Chernova, a senior policy advisor at Oxfam—a global nonprofit working to end poverty—encouraged Boston College students to, first and foremost, find joy and fulfillment in the career path they choose.
Régine Michelle Jean-Charles, associate professor of French and African and African Diaspora Studies, told members of the Boston College community that it is necessary to say “Black Lives Matter” out loud.