“If marginalized students win, we all win,” Sheikh said.
After watching their CSOM friends snatch up internships, hundreds of MCAS ’20 learn how badly employers want their holistic minds.
After a semester of Southern hospitality, columnist Timmy Facciola rediscovers his Jesuit Identity, finding a new appreciation for being a man for others.
A small-town Minnesota girl learned it’s what she’s doing, not where she is, that matters.
In a world of security clearances and international diplomacy, Molly Davis found a place for herself interning at the United Nations.
In its seventh year, BCTalks will feature speakers tackling subjects including race, politics, neuroscience, and human trafficking.
Grace Rice, Erin Olejnik, and Edward Byrne started “Boston College Memes for Jesuit Tweens” last year, and the world of BC Memes hasn’t been the same since.
Prior to teaching at Boston College, Fr. Jiang worked in Myanmar, Laos, and Vietnam for UNESCO, teaching children English and math.