A group of Boston College alumni, local politicians, environmental advocacy groups, and scientists filed a complaint on Tuesday calling on Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey to order BC to divest from fossil fuels.
For Kathleen Freeman, a senior studying biology at Boston College, an impending physics midterm brought along more than the usual anxiety and frustration associated with midterm season.
The task of outperforming Donald Trump on climate policy will be an easy one for President-elect Joe Biden, according to Boston City Councilor Matt O’Malley.
“I am trying not to hedge my bets. I’m trying not to get my hopes up,” Katz said. “I’m trying not to resort my mental state to just envisioning the impending doom.”
With Joe Biden, a member of the Democratic party’s moderate wing, representing Democrats in the upcoming presidential election, leftist thinkers disagreed on whether communist voters should vote for Biden at an event hosted by Platypus BC, a socialist organization, on Oct. 29.
According to the director of the Asian American Studies program, Min Song, there seems to be a consensus among Americans that political partisanship is greater this election cycle than ever before. Now, Song is wondering if that is even a bad thing.
While he was working on a presidential campaign, Max Baker, BC ’19, barely got to see his friends, he didn’t get to travel anywhere, and he watched so much Fox News that he thought his brain would go numb.
Panelists at a Zoom event on Sept. 24 addressed issues surrounding the intersection of Catholic identity and political affiliation in light of the upcoming presidential election.
In both their own pursuits of an education and later in their role as educators, Jesuits look to Joseph de Jouvancy’s ‘The Way to Learn and the Way to Teach’ as a guide.
New York Times White House correspondent Maggie Haberman told BC students during a Zoom lecture on Wednesday that she has spent much of her life far from the front page.