Katherine E. Gregory currently serves as the associate chief nursing officer for women’s and newborn health, research, and innovation at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.
BC After Dark served up burgers right off the grill, salt-dusted curly fries, and hummus platters for its opening weekend—all for half off. But the freshly grilled food is not all that drew the crowds on the warm spring weekend, according to Brendan Barnard, MCAS ’21.
Boston College concluded its series of mandatory student behavioral expectation webinars on Tuesday. The webinars follow several bias-motivated incidents from earlier this semester, including the vandalism on the women’s Multicultural Learning Experience (MLE) floor of Xavier Hall.
Boston College reported its third-highest number of undergraduate cases of COVID-19 of the semester last week, with 72 undergrads testing positive out of 9,641 tests, a positivity rate of 0.75 percent, according to the University’s COVID-19 dashboard.
In a lecture that came just two weeks after the Vatican released a statement saying the church does not have the power to bless same-sex unions, Arkes—who said he has “friends who are gay who are reserved about same-sex marriage”—argued that natural law only permits marriages between men and women.
Boston College students, faculty, and staff voiced their support for the AAPI community on campus, and also organized opportunities for community members to express their concerns and heal in light of the event.
During housing registration on March 15, multiple freshman and sophomore groups of six successfully registered to live in 2150, which typically serves as senior housing.
The Board of Trustees voted to increase tuition by 2.51 percent to $60,530 for the next academic year, up from the current tuition of $59,050, according to a University release.
BC has issued a summary suspension to a student who wrote racially offensive language on classroom chalkboards, according to a University email sent to students on Friday.