Two SA representatives of UGBC will present an article of impeachment against UGBC President Christian Guma for violating the UGBC Constitution by posting a statement on the UGBC Instagram account without approval from the Community Relations Committee.
The summit also included eight workshops which focused on a variety of topics, including women in software engineering and the importance of self-compassion.
Destiny Gonzalez returned to her dorm in Xavier Hall around 9:40 p.m. on Tuesday night to a commotion on the third floor.
With the turning of a new year, one already defined by both hopes provided by a vaccine and renewed fears due to new virus strains around the world, many question what a spring semester on BC’s campus will hold.
As community members trickle back onto campus for the spring semester, Boston College has resumed its COVID-19 testing, reporting 53 new undergraduate cases of COVID-19 out of 9,983 undergraduate tests performed since Jan. 19, according to its COVID-19 dashboard, a positivity rate of .53 percent. There are currently 56 undergraduate students in isolation as of…
Eric Tran Thai, a 36-year-old man from Dorchester, Mass., was originally placed under investigation after two BC students reported that Thai videotaped them while they were using the men’s restrooms on BC’s campus.
The days of trying to impress potential employers with a firm handshake or an elevator pitch over a cup of coffee are long gone, at least for the time being.
Boston College reported three new undergraduate and seven new non-undergraduate cases of COVID-19 out of 2,245 tests in the Friday update of its COVID-19 dashboard, a community positivity rate of .45 percent.
Boston College reported five new undergraduate cases of COVID-19 out of 2,119 undergraduate tests since the Friday update of its COVID-19 dashboard, a positivity rate of .24 percent.
Boston College’s Global Observatory on Pollution and Health released a report on Thursday investigating the effects of ocean pollution on human health.