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.
The University settled the case with the Boston College student-athlete who sued BC over his suspension for an alleged sexual assault in June of 2019, according to court documents filed on Sept. 23.
Rubenstein Hall and Ignacio Hall temporarily lost power on Sunday night, from shortly before 6 p.m. to just after 8:30 p.m. Both residence halls also temporarily lost WiFi.
Students voted to fill 20 out of the 21 open seats in the Undergraduate Government of Boston College Student Assembly and passed a non-binding referendum to create an accessible pathway to Upper Campus by a wide majority on Tuesday.
Education at Boston College looks a little different this year, as the University pursues a hybrid model of course delivery with a variety of online classes, in-person instruction, and some classes striking a middle ground with a mix of both online and in-person instruction.