In a lecture on Friday, María Bianco Galindez, a part-time faculty member in the School of Social Work and BCSSW ’20, drew from her research surrounding the challenges of migration to the United States and discussed the nature of being a mother while migrating and seeking refuge in today’s world.
Panelists at a Zoom event on Sept. 22 addressed issues surrounding the intersection of Catholic identity and political affiliation in light of the upcoming presidential election.
After a two-year pilot phase, BC’s six-course journalism minor became an official program this academic year.
Boston College reported 25 undergraduate cases of COVID-19 this past week out of 6,547 undergraduate tests on its COVID-19 dashboard, placing BC’s undergraduate positivity rate at .38 percent for the week.
Rubenstein Hall and Ignacio Hall temporarily lost power on Sunday night, from shortly before 6 p.m. to just after 8:30 p.m. Both residence halls also temporarily lost WiFi.
Executive Chairman and co-founder of Foursquare Dennis Crowley drew from his career as a tech entrepreneur and encouraged Boston College students he spoke with over Zoom on Wednesday to transform their visions into something tangible.
Dozens of students protested on Thursday demanding racial justice after no officers with the killing of Breonna Taylor.
The University reported two additional undergraduates cases and 2,058 undergraduate tests in its first dashboard update of the week on Tuesday.
Students voted to fill 20 out of the 21 open seats in the Undergraduate Government of Boston College Student Assembly and passed a non-binding referendum to create an accessible pathway to Upper Campus by a wide majority on Tuesday.