Ardeshir Ansari, a Boston College electrician, filed a religious discrimination lawsuit against the University and his union in November.
The BC Republicans-sponsored event began 15 minutes early, which shut out many of the students who had hoped to protest from inside.
Boston College’s environmental studies program has introduced four new concentrations this year: environmental health, environmental justice and policy, environmental entrepreneurship, and biodiversity conservation. The concentrations were created in an effort to respond to popular student interests and expand academic flexibility within the program, according to the program’s director, professor Tara Pisani Gareau. Since the environmental…
Sixty-five volunteers took part in the Public Interest Law Foundation (PILF)’s Day of Service on Sept. 7. The next Days of Service will be on Nov. 8 and 9.
Connor Saeli, a reality TV personality known for his appearances on ABC’s The Bachelorette and Bachelor in Paradise, visited Boston College on Thursday to discuss his experiences working at Goldman Sachs and living life in the public eye. The event, which was hosted by the Student Business Consortium of BC, included an interview, Q&A session,…
Stevenson founded the Equal Justice Initiative, which provides legal representation to those who cannot afford a lawyer, especially for prisoners facing the death penalty.
Food historian professor Karima Moyer-Nocchi provided an audience gathered in Gasson’s Fulton Room an overview of how pasta—once a staple of the Neapolitan poor—garnered an international reputation as the centerpiece of Italian identity.