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.
Boston College law students drafted a bill to reverse the 1984 happy hour ban in Massachusetts, but it is stalled in “purgatory” after being sent for further study in the state legislature.
Boston College’s annual 100 Days Dance has incited frustration for some seniors, with high admission prices, difficulties with the ticketing process, and a limited number of spots available.
The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) named Conevery Bolton Valencius, a Boston College history professor, as one of its fellows in January.
From classes on Zoom to masks on campus, the COVID-19 pandemic has warped the realities of college life for the past two years.
A Boston College–funded study by independent research firm Econsult Solutions concluded that the University’s annual economic impact on the Commonwealth of Massachusetts is $3.3 billion, according to a University release.
The Doug Flutie Jr. Foundation for Autism is teaming up with Inclusive Fitness, a gym in West Roxbury, Mass., to help minimize the disparity in high-quality athletic training for neurodivergent people.