The Campus Activities Board announced tonight that T-Pain will headline Modstock on May 5. Tickets will be available beginning Friday, April 29.
On Friday afternoon, BC graduate students recounted their experiences in and joy in confronting societal problems.
In response to the lack of parking spots on campus, graduate students submitted a plan for new shuttle routes and parking options to administration.
Bloomberg Businessweek ranked Boston College’s Carroll School of Management the third-best undergraduate business school in the country, up one spot from fourth last year.
In this year’s Mr. BC pageant, Elio Oliva was crowned Mr. BC after his stand-up comedy routine, which referenced the BC housing process, Donald Trump, and Matthew McConaughey.
In an effort to help college students afford their education, private lenders have begun to roll out private loan options for parents.
A report was filed Monday night regarding a suspicious person around Kostka Hall on Upper Campus. The man was supposedly attempting to look in windows from the outside of the hall, according to an email sent to residents of Upper Campus Tuesday night that informed them of the situation.
After the UGBC election was extended by several weeks, the demographics show that fewer students voted this year.
As part of Palestine Awareness Week, the Students for Justice in Palestine erected multiple eight foot walls on Stokes Lawn on Sunday.
Russell Simons, MCAS ’17, and Meredith McCaffrey, MCAS ’17, were named the next UGBC president and executive vice president on April 1.