“It was just a little sketchy, we didn’t expect it to happen like that, if at all,” Kevin Lahiff, MCAS ’18, said.
The University Strategic Planning Initiative, an 18-month self-assessment, will continue to seek input from the BC community this semester, beginning with a town-hall meeting Oct. 5.
The bottom unit of 242 Foster St. was robbed Wednesday night when the tenants were with their friends in the top unit of the house.
Joon Park, MCAS ’18, created Queer Clapback, a week-long event that called on students to wear their support love t-shirts. The event was in response to an anti-gay slur posted by an unknown person last week in the Mod Lot.
The Wounded Warrior Project, which pairs a BC student athlete with a war veteran, is hosting a gala Nov. 1 to raise funds for the program to continue into the spring semester.
An anonymous source posted fliers reading “This Is Our School, Too” and “Queer Liberation Now” in Fulton Hall and McElroy Commons Tuesday morning.
Collin Witt, MCAS ’18, was lying in his room on the first floor of 235 Foster when he saw a silhouette walking back and forth in the front yard. After about 10 minutes, he opened the blinds and saw a man in a black hoodie standing in front of his window.
The Faith Communities and Civil Society Lecture series, which will take place throughout the fall, will explore religion’s role in the post-communist conflicts of Eastern Europe.