The United States is more segregated today than it was 100 years ago, according to Thomas W. Mitchell, the Robert Drinan, S.J., Professor of Law at Boston College.
Kevin Lopez and Jonathan Mora Named Recipients of 2023 Oscar A. Romero Scholarship Award
As a night of dancing and celebrating came to a close, audience members suddenly erupted into gasps as they learned this year’s Saint Oscar A. Romero Scholarship Award would go to not one but two recipients.
“A Very Big Opportunity”: Karl Bell to Lead New Mentoring and Academic Achievement Pillar of Pine Manor Institute
Karl Bell will serve as director of the new Mentoring and Academic Achievement pillar at Boston College’s Pine Manor Institute for Student Success, according to Joy Moore, University vice president and executive director of the Pine Manor Institute.
Who’s on Aux? Student-Created App MCEE to Launch on Wednesday
The reign of aux cord tyrants may reach an end this Wednesday when MCEE, an app created by three Boston College students to allow communal control of the music played in group settings, launches in the Apple App Store.
BCSSW Research Team Works to Provide Aid for Afghan Refugees Resettled in the U.S.
The Boston College School of Social Work’s (BCSSW) Research Program on Children and Adversity (RPCA) will collaborate with the University of Illinois at Chicago for a project that aims to provide mental health and familial support for Afghan refugees resettled in the United States, according to BC News.
UGBC Candidates Talk Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in First Debate
After launching their campaigns on Tuesday morning, the two teams running in this year’s UGBC presidential and vice presidential election faced off for the first time in the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) debate Thursday night.
“You Have an Obligation to Make a Difference”: Liz Cheney Urges Students to Run for Office
Former Republican Congresswoman Liz Cheney addressed an overflowing audience at Boston College on Thursday, stressing that she never doubted former President Donald Trump should be impeached following the Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol riot.
Two Teams Announce Campaigns for UGBC President and Vice President on Tuesday Morning
UGBC presidential and vice presidential campaign season kicked off Tuesday morning, with two teams announcing their bids in the election on April 3. The candidates for president are Jonah Kotzen, Council for Students with Disabilities policy coordinator and MCAS ’24, and Jordan Nakash, BAIC ambassador, former Student Assembly (SA) representative, and MCAS ’24.
SA Brainstorms How to Spend Remaining $5,572.42 in UGBC Budget
The Student Assembly (SA) unanimously voted to pass a bill allocating $200 of its budget to fund an induction ceremony for Boston College’s chapter of Phi Alpha Theta, a national history honor society, in its meeting on Tuesday night.
Professors from BC’s COP27 Delegation Explore the Conference’s Impact on Environmental Change
COP27 provides attendees with the opportunity to share their perspectives on climate change issues with global leaders, according to María Fernanda Piñeros-Leaño, an assistant professor in the Boston College School of Social Work and one of the University’s conference delegates.