Eight BC alums discuss their respective experiences with Venture for America, a two-year fellowship program looking to revitalize U.S. cities through entrepreneurship.
A look at technology’s effect on younger generations’ political apathy.
A new student organization called the Student Business Consortium seeks to train students of all educational backgrounds and professional interests with real world cases from companies in Boston.
As the semester comes to a close, a look back at the events in Walsh Hall highlight the need for greater transparency on the part of the Office of Residential Life.
As next week’s Boston Marathon nears, junior Melanie Logan nears completion of her fundraising and training goals.
While April 6th is commemorated nationally as Student-Athlete Day, BC Athletics has planned a week of events to show appreciation for its student-athletes’ commitment to the University’s mission.
Honing in on his sound while making efforts to build his personal brand, William Bolton spent Spring Break in Los Angeles meeting with potential management teams and filming new music videos for his upcoming album.
About a year ago, Boston College FACES released a video to raise campus awareness about offensive dialogue on the popular social networking app YikYak. The video featured students reading offensive posts from YikYak, posts that were submitted anonymously by others in the BC community and which often exhibited racist, sexist, or homophobic undertones. Of particular…
As the International Assistant Program gears up for the 2015-2016 academic year, it exhibits a renewed focus on how best to integrate a growing number of international students from East Asian countries.