Following its decision to cancel all winter and spring tournaments amid concerns over the Coronavirus, the NCAA has decided to offer an additional season of eligibility to spring-sport athletes.
As Boston College students and faculty are adapting to their new online environment, the stores closely linked to BC have felt the impact of the University’s decision on their business.
BC has also now received 19 self-reported cases from students who are not on campus, according to Associate Vice President of University Communications Jack Dunn.
BC women’s basketball was set for a run in the NCAA Tournament before its cancellation, and the Eagles have nothing to hang their heads about.
It was a storybook season for Boston College men’s hockey, and before its season was cut short, Jerry York had high hopes for his team.
Ten Boston College students have self-reported cases of COVID-19, according to an update on the University’s coronavirus website on Saturday.
Some low-income students have expressed dissatisfaction with BC’s move out exemption process and the way it has communicated with students.
Following the announcement that courses would be moved online and students required to move out of their dorms, there was an increase in the number of incidents reported by the BCPD.