Donning leprechaun top hats and shamrock-shaped sunglasses, a sea of redhead students dressed in green gathered in the Mods this St. Patrick’s Day to run in the first annual ginger run at Boston College. Over 40 students participated in the run at 1:30 p.m on Friday, beginning at Mod 3 and ending in front of Mod 20.
Residents of all four floors of Williams Hall received emails from their resident director (RD) Saturday morning informing them that their resident assistants (RAs) would not be returning for the spring semester.
Two former Boston College employees are suing the University in a class action lawsuit, alleging BC mismanaged their retirement plans.
Andrew Davidson will serve as Boston College’s new senior vice president for university advancement starting in March of 2023, according to a University release.
Boston College discovered over 3,000 potential scam emails sent over Winter Break that targeted students, according to David Escalante, BC’s director of computer policy and security.
Rev. Michael Davidson, S.J., director of the Thea Bowman AHANA and Intercultural Center (BAIC), and Yvonne McBarnett, director of the Montserrat Coalition, will switch positions at Boston College in 2023, according to a University release.
Jamie D’Ambra, MCAS ’25, was finishing her chicken and two sides—a Boston College Dining classic—when her roommate noticed something dark peeping out of the vegetables.
Assistant metro editor Connor Siemien’s playlist features musical icons and a possible confession of love, according to assistant news editor Sofia Laboy.
Members of the Student Assembly (SA) brainstormed ways to improve Boston College’s culture surrounding issues of race during its meeting on Tuesday night, calling on the BC community to more effectively respond to bias-related incidents on campus.
Art history professor Kenneth Craig, who taught at Boston College for 45 years before he died in August, was “one of the best and most influential” professors in the department, according to Aurelia Campbell.