BC added two new pathways through which BC students can meet the cultural diversity requirement: Engaging Difference and Justice (EDJ) and Difference, Justice, and the Common Good in the United States (DJCG).
Dongyeon Lee introduced his brand new app Sellege—an exclusive college marketplace—in an email to Boston College students with one simple phrase: “You have asked for it, so I made it for everyone!”
Small groups of admitted students are being welcomed back on campus for in-person tours during the month of April—it’s the first time prospective students have been allowed to participate in on-campus programming since Boston College first closed in March 2020.
EcoPledge celebrated Green Week Monday through Friday last week with various events that encouraged sustainability and green practices.
Boston College will require members of the BC community on campus next fall to be vaccinated by the beginning of the 2021-22 academic year, according to a letter sent to the BC community on Friday.
The Student Assembly of UGBC voted against re-electing Jack Carter, CSOM ’23, as student-athlete representative after holding two votes at an SA meeting on Tuesday night.
One of Chelsea Burns’ professors was told that talking about race in class makes students uncomfortable, Burns said to the crowd on Stokes Lawn Monday evening. Avoidance of racial discussions, though, is harmful to the Boston College community, according to Burns.
In an event hosted by Boston College’s School of Theology and Ministry, Imperatori-Lee reflected on the #MeToo and #ChurchToo movements.