Massachusetts authorities revoked online delivery service Gopuff’s liquor license on May 18 for allegedly selling alcohol to underage Boston College students multiple times. One week later, a judge paused the state’s revocation of Gopuff’s license.
BC Law Rises 8 Spots to No. 29 in U.S. News & World Report’s 2023–24 Law School Rankings
Boston College Law School rose to No. 29 in the U.S. News & World Report’s 2023–24 law school rankings, an eight-spot increase from last year.
“Take Action for What We Love”: Ukrainian Ambassador Addresses BC Graduates at Commencement
Ukrainian Ambassador to the United States Oksana Markarova urged Boston College’s graduating Class of 2023 to ask, “What is it that gives us strength?” during her commencement address on Monday.
CJBC Urges BC to Uphold Jesuit Values, Divest From Fossil Fuels During Protest
Members of CJBC and a crowd of students gathered at the entrance of O’Neill Library for the protest on Tuesday night.
UGBC Inaugurates New President and VP at Annual Banquet
UGBC inaugurated its new president, vice president, and senators for the upcoming academic year at its annual banquet on Monday night.
Breaking Down UGBC’s Spending in 2022–23 Academic Year
UGBC’s budget for the 2022–23 academic year was $362,450. Here’s how it was spent.
Guider Analyzes the Historical Role of Religious Women in the U.S. at Annual STM Lecture
The School of Theology and Ministry hosted Margaret Eletta Guider, O.S.F., an associate professor of missiology and professora ordinaria, on Thursday as part of the annual women in theology and ministry lecture, which was titled “Women Religious and the Transformation of Theological Education.”
“An Advocate, Trailblazer, and an Inspiration”: Remembering Donald Brown
Donald Brown, former director of Boston College’s Office of AHANA Student Programs for 27 years, died on April 2, according to a University release. He was 75 years old.
CSA, JCBC Release Statement Condemning Post on BC’s Instagram Story
The Boston College Chinese Students Association (CSA) and the Japan Club of BC (JCBC) released a joint statement on Wednesday condemning the BC Instagram account for using a stock image to promote their upcoming formal.
SA Votes To Change Its Name to the “Senate” in Final Meeting of the 2022–23 Year
The Student Assembly (SA) voted to change its name to the “Senate” in a resolution passed at its final meeting for the 2022–23 academic year on Tuesday night.