The #WeWereBC exhibit, organized by BC’s history department, depicts images from the University’s past as researched by current undergraduate students.
A BC student analyzes income inequalities’ effect on education in the United States.
A BC junior reflects on her first month abroad in Vienna, and how her autumnal experience there differs from in Chestnut Hill.
Nearly a third of Boston College graduates entering volunteer positions choose to do so with the Jesuit Volunteer Corps.
Two former roommates debate junior year housing.
A team of Boston College juniors that has won three consecutive intramural volleyball tournaments works toward its fourth title.
BC student reflects on the irony present within the millennial society and its far-reaching implications.
When Boston College first opened its doors on Sept. 5, 1864 to its initial three professors and 22 male students, the Jesuit campus was comprised of only two buildings and 115,000 square feet—essentially one city block on the South End’s Harrison Ave. Since its 19th-century inauguration, BC has accrued 147 buildings within 362 acres and…
A midwesterner’s take on regional prejudice and its place at Boston College.