Newton families and community leaders gathered at the Hyde Community Center on Saturday for live music, hot soup, and appearances from a few special, costumed guests.
The decades-long tenure of Rev. James A. Woods, S.J., namesake of the Woods College of Advancing Studies, was marked by a forceful commitment to transforming the lives of the countless students who stepped into his office.
The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court will review the criminal charges brought against former Boston College student Inyoung You in February of next year in connection with the suicide of her longtime boyfriend Alexander Urtula in 2019.
Thousands of Boston College alumni, students, faculty, and staff have served in the U.S. military. In light of the end of the Afghanistan War, The Heights highlights some of their stories.
Kent Wosepka, a former adjunct professor of finance in the Carroll School of Management at Boston College, died on Sunday after he was hit by a car while riding a bicycle in East Texas, WCVB reported.
A civic society group in Ireland has criticized Boston College for how the University referred to the United Kingdom’s special envoy to the United States on Northern Ireland in an invitation to a luncheon hosted on Tuesday by the Irish Institute at the McMullen Museum of Art.
Former Boston College women’s soccer coach Alison Foley is suing the University for gender discrimination and illegal wiretapping after allegedly being forced to resign in 2018 following her record-setting 22 seasons.
The Boston College Police Department (BCPD) arrested a temporary BC Dining Services employee in the rat on Monday afternoon after he struck an officer responding to a call about him being in a state of mental distress, according to University Spokesman Jack Dunn.
A restaurant in downtown Boston will lose its liquor license for one week this month after investigators caught underage BC students drinking alcohol and not wearing masks at a party in April.