Bias-related incidents on the anonymous social media app Herrd prompted UGBC and University administrators to meet with the platform’s co-founders, according to Jonah Kotzen, the policy coordinator of the Council for Students with Disabilities (CSD).
Two divisions within UGBC are working to bring Terrence Floyd to campus next semester, Meghan Heckelman said at the Student Assembly (SA) meeting on Tuesday night.
Cloaked under a dawn sky at 5 a.m., around 50 members of the Boston College community gathered on the Bapst lawn to catch a glimpse of the lunar eclipse on Tuesday.
Director of Boston College’s Global Leadership Institute Robert Mauro, who died on Oct. 31 at age 46, strove to strengthen ties between academic leaders in Ireland, Northern Ireland, and Boston throughout his career.
The COVID-19 pandemic thrust nurses and the nursing industry into the spotlight, according to Angelleen Peters-Lewis.
The American Constitution Society of Boston College Law School hosted a panel discussion on Thursday afternoon titled Battle at the Ballot: The Issues That Impact Voters’ Rights.
The Guatemalan government denies Indigenous communities the fundamental right to freedom of expression when they face legal barriers to accessing radio frequencies, according to San Miguel Chicaj radio station operator Noé Ismalej.
Members of the Boston College Graduate Employees Union (BCGEU) gathered on the lawn outside of St. Ignatius, hoisting signs plastered with phrases including “remind BC workers rights are Catholic values” and “BC works hard because graduate students do.”
R. Kendall Soulen sought to answer what he described as a seemingly simple yet surprisingly complex question in the Center for Christian-Jewish Learning’s annual John Paul II lecture.
We are currently in the midst of a maternal mortality crisis, according to Joyce Edmonds, an associate professor in the Boston College Connell School of Nursing.