A Boston College–led working group released the first national guidelines for integrated student support on June 28.
Several Newton city councilors signed a petition calling on Boston College to open an LGBTQ+ resource center and include gender identity in the University’s discrimination policy, according to Patch.
Boston Mayor Michelle Wu and nine former and current Boston city councilors signed a petition calling for Boston College to create an LGBTQ+ resource center on campus and include gender identity in the University’s discrimination policy, according to a post on BC Equality’s Instagram on Monday.
Business leaders and politicians met in the Boston Harbor Hotel to hear Bancel discuss the company’s transformation during the COVID-19 pandemic on Monday. The event was hosted by the Boston College Chief Executives Club—a Carroll School of Management business forum that hosts events for leaders in Boston featuring CEOs from around the world.
A team of Boston College faculty members journeyed to Portugal over Spring Break in search of a 400-year-old song book created by an accomplished, yet silenced female composer, according to Michael Noone.
A female student reported to the Boston College Police Department that a man sexually assaulted her as she was walking off-campus early Friday morning, according to a BCPD community awareness bulletin.
A Minnesota man pled guilty in federal court on Tuesday to sending threatening emails to a Boston College student in 2016 after creating fake pornographic images of her, according to a District of Massachusetts U.S. Attorney’s Office release.
Hoping to spark romantic connections through humor, Boston College alum Melissa Mullen designed the interactive dating app Smile to match users based on a shared sense of humor.
BC students from at least four other off-campus houses reported that their houses had been broken into late Friday night or early Saturday morning, according to Boston Police Department (BPD) reports.