Jon Sciambi, BC ’92, recently accepted a position as the TV play-by-play commentator for the Chicago Cubs.
On the afternoon of Jan. 6, Rev. Michael Davidson, S.J. turned on CNN in his residence at Boston College and watched with fear and embarrassment as a mob of rioters objecting to the certification of the Electoral College stormed the U.S. Capitol Building.
The days of trying to impress potential employers with a firm handshake or an elevator pitch over a cup of coffee are long gone, at least for the time being.
Boston College’s Global Observatory on Pollution and Health released a report on Thursday investigating the effects of ocean pollution on human health.
When the University suspended in-person classes in March, Jiayi Wang, MCAS ’22, returned home to Henan, China to finish out the semester in a different hemisphere, and because of U.S. travel restrictions barring entry to those coming from China, she was unable to return to campus for the fall semester.
Senior Isabella De Palo Garcia Perez has been volunteering for the annual Red Bandanna Run for years. “One of my favorite things is just talking to people about it,” De Palo Garcia Perez said. “A lot of people know about the event, know the race, the red bandanna, the idea behind it. … I know…
On National First Responders Day—which honors first responders each year on Oct. 28—Boston College Emergency Medical Services plans to celebrate the same way that they usually do: going to work.