Boston College students will now face possible sanctions and “privilege restrictions” for noncompliance with University COVID-19 surveillance testing, according to a Tuesday email from Vice President for Student Affairs Shawna Cooper-Gibson.
On April 5, 2021, social media users across the country opened the Boston College Facebook page to find it showing off its latest achievement. BC had chosen its Class of 2025—easily one of the most competitive and diverse classes in the school’s history.
Boston College celebrated International Education Week—spanning from Nov. 15 to 19—with 41 campus-wide events throughout the month of November.
The Latinx Leadership Initiative (LLI), an initiative within Boston College’s School of Social Work, has partnered up with Mass General Brigham, the commonwealth’s largest healthcare provider, to improve healthcare for Latinx communities across the state, the University announced this month.
The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court will review the criminal charges brought against former Boston College student Inyoung You in February of next year in connection with the suicide of her longtime boyfriend Alexander Urtula in 2019.
The Boston College Law School received a $10 million donation from Marianne Short, BC Law ’76, according to an Oct. 28 press release.
Sonia Isidori, a research fellow at the Institute for Advanced Jesuit Studies of Boston College, discussed the Indipetea in a lecture entitled “Longing for the Indies: The Jesuits and their missionary vocation” on Tuesday. The Indipetea were letters written by the Jesuits asking for missionary assignments in the 17th century that transformed society’s history, she said.
Thousands of Boston College alumni, students, faculty, and staff have served in the U.S. military. In light of the end of the Afghanistan War, The Heights highlights some of their stories.