Faced with a surge in the number of pages printed on campus and more frequent brown-outs among printing machines, University Librarian Thomas Wall is working to address printing issues throughout campus.
In a dark Robsham Theater this past Tuesday, a man named Stephen Rakes appeared on the large screen premiering the CNN documentary Whitey: The United States of America v. James J. Bulger, recounting his first experience with notorious Boston criminal James ‘Whitey’ Bulger.
A startup created by a Boston College senior that allows high school students to showcase their extracurricular talents to college admissions officers released a beta version of its website over the summer.
One half of the second floor of O’Neill Library has gained a new occupant this semester, as the Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE) has taken over the space that once housed the Campus Technology Resource Center (CTRC).
From Dorchester to Beacon Hill: Linda Dorcena Forry Chronicles Her Journey From Community Leader To State Senator
Forry’s parents, immigrants from Haiti, instilled in her values of hard work and community at an young age. Those values would carry her all the way to the State House.
Dave Eggers challenged the crowd of students to resist all of the test cores and rankings their high school careers are often distilled down to.
The BCVC Elevator Pitch competition provides a smaller-scale opportunity for participants to present their business ideas, as opposed to the larger main competition that takes place in the spring semester.
In a University Convocation marked by major changes at Boston College, University President Rev. William P. Leahy, S.J., told faculty, staff, and administrators that BC will continue to meet challenges from outside and within.
Conversation about suicide and mental illness is especially necessary, although often lacking on college campuses, said Cassidy Gallegos, TWLOHA BC president.