Instead of scrambling to form large groups to live in Walsh Hall, rising sophomores can now apply to the Sophomore Living Experience, a program where selected pairs will be placed in Walsh Hall quads or eight-mans with randomly assigned suitemates.
The University temporarily placed a crane in front of Maloney Hall to address an issue involving shifting rocks in the ledge between Maloney and O’Neill Library, according to Associate Vice President of Facilities Services Robert Avalle Jr.
An artificial intelligence (AI) program that is able to generate essays is a growing concern at Boston College.
Shereen Marisol Meraji, a journalist and co-host of NPR’s Code Switch podcast, is slotted to deliver the keynote address at Boston College’s first fully in-person Women’s Summit in two years.
The Allen Institute selected Boston College chemistry professors Abhishek Chatterjee and Eranthie Weerapana as two of its 2022 Paul G. Allen Frontiers Group Distinguished Investigators in December.
Shaun Dougherty now heads the Catholic Education Research Initiative, a project within the Lynch School of Education and Human Development (LSEHD) that began last fall, according to a University release.
Residents of all four floors of Williams Hall received emails from their resident director (RD) Saturday morning informing them that their resident assistants (RAs) would not be returning for the spring semester.
Two former Boston College employees are suing the University in a class action lawsuit, alleging BC mismanaged their retirement plans.
Andrew Davidson will serve as Boston College’s new senior vice president for university advancement starting in March of 2023, according to a University release.