While he was working on a presidential campaign, Max Baker, BC ’19, barely got to see his friends, he didn’t get to travel anywhere, and he watched so much Fox News that he thought his brain would go numb.
The weekly COVID-19 undergraduate positivity rate at Boston College fell last week for the second week in a row, marking a new semester low.
Kathryn Destin is familiar with two different kinds of pictures at Boston College. The first is overtly racist—anti-Black slurs plastered in sharpie in a residence hall and a racist snapchat that spread across campus. The second cuts in a subtler way: social media posts of beautiful white women, which remind her she doesn’t look like the typical BC student.
BC is reintroducing late night on Tuesday after beginning the year without the popular service as it adapted to COVID-19 pandemic.
The University settled the case with the Boston College student-athlete who sued BC over his suspension for an alleged sexual assault in June of 2019, according to court documents filed on Sept. 23.
On Sept. 23, Connell School of Nursing Dean Susan Gennaro received a letter from a recent patient at Newton-Wellesley Hospital who appreciated the difference that interacting with a Boston College nursing student had made during his stay.