“I always found him to be gracious and engaged in the meetings I had with him,” Leahy said. “I will remember the Mayor, his wife Angela, and his extended family in my prayers.”
In light of a recent report released by The Boston Globe, some of the largest educational nonprofit institutions across Boston, including Boston College, are opting not to submit these voluntary payments, which the city uses to fund municipality services.
The University updated its student sexual misconduct policy this summer to change the process through which cases of misconduct are handled, to include more precise definitions of key terms, and to change the way Boston College weighs requests for confidentiality in reported cases.
After months of deliberation over the future of the Campus School last semester, parents of Campus School students and University administrators have begun working together to keep the nearly 40-year-old program on BC grounds.
Boston College will play host this week to corporate managers from around the world for the Corporate Citizenship Management Intensive Program, run by the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship based in the Carroll School of Management (CSOM).
In an effort to replace and concentrate the resources formerly housed in the Campus Technology Resource Center (CTRC), Boston College Libraries and Information Technology Services (ITS) have partnered to form the new BC Library Digital Studio—an early-stage media lab in soft launch phase on the second floor of O’Neill Library.
The renewal process for the University core curriculum at Boston College will continue this fall with a new short-term objective—creating and selecting proposals for pilot courses that will be implemented beginning in the 2015-16 academic year.
For many students, moving off campus is a welcome teaser for adult life: there are no resident assistants, no security desks, and a healthy sampling of non-Boston College students in the homes and apartments nearby. This additional freedom comes at a cost, however.
The latest figures reported in the University’s Annual Disclosure of Crime Statistics—a public report federally mandated under the Clery Act—show an increase in the number of forcible sexual assaults reported at Boston College in 2013.