Beth Lew-Williams delivered a virtual lecture, “The Chinese Must Go: A History of Anti-Asian Violence,” on Sept. 28 as part of the Lowell Humanities Series.
The Boston College Police Department (BCPD) arrested a temporary BC Dining Services employee in the rat on Monday afternoon after he struck an officer responding to a call about him being in a state of mental distress, according to University Spokesman Jack Dunn.
A restaurant in downtown Boston will lose its liquor license for one week this month after investigators caught underage BC students drinking alcohol and not wearing masks at a party in April.
Students and professors alike settled into the plush armchairs of the Connolly House on Wednesday evening for the journalism program’s first in-person event since the start of the pandemic.
The Boston College community tied hundreds of maroon and gold ribbons with their prayers written on them to the fences surrounding Bapst Library last week.
After breaking its own record by raising more than $20,000 during the last academic year, BC charity: water is ready to get back in action
Hamilin spoke about her book in an event hosted by the Center for Human Rights and International Justice at the Boston College Law School.
In the first official meeting of the semester, the Student Assembly began planning for the year with the newly elected senators.