A Starbucks in Waban became the second location within a mile of Newton city limits to unionize within the last year.
Lyons. Upper. Vandy. Leahy. What do these words have in common? All were answers to BCWordle—the five-letter guessing game with terms unique to all things Boston College.
Mathew Rosengart said his time at Boston College Law School and his experiences in the law field greatly contributed to his success in representing Britney Spears in her conservatorship case.
‘It’s Not Historical. We Are’: Demonstrators Call for New Senior Center Building at Wednesday Protest
Joan Belle Isle, the chair of the executive committee of the Council on Aging, said she thinks the Newton Senior Center is the reason she’s alive.
Joseph Costantino, S.J., will depart the Jesuit Parish of St. Ignatius of Loyola in July after serving as its pastor since 2016. Change, Costantino said, is ingrained in the life of Jesuits.
Newton North hired Turner as its principal in 2016. Since then, the high school of more than 2,000 students has endured a pandemic and shifts in the country’s political climate.
The BC Women’s Center held its eighth Women’s Summit virtually this Saturday. The event aimed to empower attendees through workshops, speeches, and discussions.
From classes on Zoom to masks on campus, the COVID-19 pandemic has warped the realities of college life for the past two years.
With the opening of the long-awaited Integrated Science Building comes a new campus dining spot that has a Mediterranean twist—the Tully Family Cafe and Commons.