Boston College administrators sent an email to students on Friday reprimanding their conduct at the Red Bandanna football game on Oct. 8.
BC Implements Registration Process for Motorized Scooters on Campus
Boston College is implementing updated requirements related to motorized scooters on campus due to an uptick in their use, according to an email sent to students on Monday.
BC Administrators and Faculty Talk Monkeypox, How To Stay Safe On Campus
Monkeypox is not an African disease nor is it a gay disease, according to Welkin Johnson, chair of the biology department at Boston College—it is an infectious disease.
Erick Berrelleza Named Inaugural Dean of Messina College
Erick Berrelleza, S.J., will serve as the inaugural dean of Messina College starting in September, according to a University release.
University To Require On-Campus Students To Isolate in Residence Halls or at Home for COVID-19
Boston College will now require on-campus students who test positive for COVID-19 to isolate in their residence halls or at their permanent residence, according to an email sent to the BC community.
BC Professor Leads Team Conducting Global Four-Day Work Week Trials
Boston College sociology professor Juliet Schor is leading a research team that is currently conducting world-wide studies analyzing the benefits of the four-day work week.
Theologian and Former BC Professor Michael Himes Dies at 75
Rev. Michael Himes, a former professor of theology at Boston College and a priest of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn, N.Y., died on Thursday at the age of 75.
BC Announces Odette Lienau as New BC Law Dean
Odette Lienau will serve as the new dean of Boston College Law School starting in January 2023, according to a University release.
BC To Increase Cost of Attendance to $80,296 for 2022-23 Academic Year
The Boston College Board of Trustees voted to raise undergraduate tuition to $62,950 for the 2022–23 academic year, a $2,420 increase from the previous year’s tuition, according to a University release.
Former U.S. Senator and BC Law Visiting Professor Doug Jones to Guide Supreme Court Nominee
Former U.S. Senator Doug Jones, the current Jerome Lyle Rappaport distinguished visiting professor at Boston College Law School, will act as a “sherpa” for President Joe Biden’s Supreme Court nominee, guiding them through the confirmation process in the Senate.