Criminal Lawyer Brett Levy will help two BC students bring civil cases against Chipotle for damages they received after being infected by the norovirus last month.
After nine years as lead cashier of the Chocolate Bar, Scott Bortolotto is taking on a new role as assistant events coordinator in the physics department.
BCPD and BC Rec teamed up to collect toys for Toys for Tots, an organization that donates gifts to underprivileged children around the holidays.
Over 120 Boston College students were infected with a norovirus contracted from an employee at Chipotle Mexican Grill in Cleveland Circle.
In order to inspire females to enter entrepreneurial networks, the Shea Center had Female Founders speak on how to succeed despite discrimination against women in the workforce.
The AHANA Leadership Council held a demonstration Wednesday afternoon to raise awareness about the lack of AHANA faculty at Boston College.
At the “blackout,” planned by the UGBC vice president of diversity and inclusion, students and faculty spoke about their experiences with racism on campus.
“Immigration Reflection” focused on three BC dining workers who had immigrated to America.
Democratic presidential candidate Martin O’Malley spoke Wednesday in McGuinn.