Boston College seniors received an email on Sunday morning titled “Class of 2024 Let’s Celebrate You,” prompting them to provide feedback on proposed additional senior class events.
The main goal of unionizing Boston College Residential Life student workers is to put ResLife employees at more of an equal playing field with their employers, BC ResLife Student Workers said in an email to The Heights.
Renanah Joyce visited Boston College on Thursday to deliver a lecture titled “Soldiers’ Dilemma: Foreign Military Training and Liberal Norm Conflict.”
Molly Flaherty was walking through O’Neill Plaza on Wednesday afternoon when she was drawn into the crowd of students at the Division of Student Affairs’ annual WellFest.
Spending time in the classroom benefits incarcerated individuals because it allows them to feel like students rather than prisoners, according to Patrick Conway, director of Boston College’s Prison Education Program. Conway spoke on Tuesday as part of the Lynch School of Education and Human Development’s Experience, Reflection, and Action seminar for first-year students.
UGBC’s Senate discussed expanding transportation options to Upper Campus for students with disabilities during its meeting on Tuesday night.
Boston College dropped three spots to No. 39 in U.S. News & World Report’s 2024 rankings of the best national universities. Prior to this year’s rankings, BC had held steady at No. 36 for two years.
Boston College’s Program on Global Ethics and Social Trust (GEST) officially launched last week. The two-year international pilot initiative focuses on cultivating conversations about global issues among university faculty around the world.
Boston College High School is renaming McElroy Hall, the school’s first building, citing Rev. John McElroy’s, S.J., historical ties to slavery. Boston College has no plans to rename McElroy Commons—also dedicated to John McElroy—in light of BC High’s decision.
Co-sponsored by the Schiller Institute for Integrated Science and Society, the Clough Center hosted its second annual forum, “What the Constitution Means to Us,” in celebration of Constitution and Citizenship Day on Thursday evening. Members of the BC community shared what the words of the Constitution mean to them.