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.
After a year of mostly virtual classes and club meetings, traditions put on hold, and capacity restrictions that kept students isolated, BC—which is over 99 percent fully vaccinated—is embracing in-person events once again.
After remaining closed for the last academic year, the Chocolate Bar is set to reopen next Monday, according to Beth Emery, director of BC Dining.
It would take immense public action, like the storming of protesters at the Harvard–Yale football game, to give divestment the publicity it needs at Boston College, according to Climate Justice at Boston College (CJBC) president Audrey Kang.
From food and beverages to paper products and equipment, the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the nationwide supply chain and everyone is feeling its impacts, according to Tom Williams, associate director of Boston College Auxiliary Services.
U.S. News & World Report named Boston College the No. 36 best national college in its 2022 college rankings, a one-spot drop from last year’s ranking.
Robinson and others presented on reparations and where they should start at “Reparations: Issues, Challenges, and Opportunities,” on Sept. 9, as part of the Rappaport Center for Law and Public Policy Webinar Series.
Isabel Wilkerson, the first female Black recipient of the Pulitzer Prize in journalism and author of Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents, spoke about her book to the Boston College community on Wednesday over Zoom.