Racial code-switching occurs not just in the workplace, but also in the job application process, according to Courtney McCluney, founder and principal of Equi-Well Partners.
In their Tuesday night meeting, the Student Assembly (SA) representatives discussed what they classified as two issues facing Boston College students: mental health and dining and food insecurity.
BC faculty met on Monday night to discuss the past, present, and future of Ukraine during the ongoing Russian invasion.
Climate Justice at Boston College (CJBC) urged the University to “break up” with fossil fuels in a Valentine’s Day–inspired divestment protest on Thursday and Friday.
Dinner in the Dark, which was hosted last week and will continue this week, will allow participants to experience how blind people navigate everyday events like meals.
Forbes also placed BC at No. 37 for private colleges, and No. 26 for colleges in the Northeast, excluding it from the top 25 after its return to this margin in 2019.
All around campus this week, students have switched out their hoodies and Patagonias to don spooky get-ups to celebrate Halloween. The Campus Activities Board (CAB) has worked to match students’ Halloween spirit by hosting a variety of events—from haunted houses to scary movies—around Boston College’s campus.
Isabel Wilkerson, the first female Black recipient of the Pulitzer Prize in journalism and author of Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents, spoke about her book to the Boston College community on Wednesday over Zoom.