By: Carolyn Freeman
Jason Lyall, associate professor of political science at Yale, spoke to students and faculty in Higgins 300 about the effects of U.S. violence and aid in Afghanistan.
By: Soo Jung Rhee
By: Jennifer Heine
Although Jan. 1 has come and gone, the New Year’s celebrations will continue at Boston College as five of the culture clubs within the Asian Caucus will host a four-day series of events commemorating the Lunar New Year. The holiday, one of the most prominent in many Asian cultures, marks the beginning of a new zodiac calendar and falls on different days depending on lunar cycles, hence its name.
By: Connor Farley
A leader in the field of research on postpartum depression and early mother-child interaction, professor emeritus of Boston College and former nursing research professor in the Connell School of Nursing June Andrews Horowitz has contributed two more significant studies on clinical depression following childbirth for women.
By: Caroline Kirkwood
BC’s Army ROTC program strives to not only help students through college, but instill them with values and skills that will benefit them long after graduation.
This past Thursday, 102 student organizations and almost 900 students gathered in Lyons for the second semester Student Fair. Students at the fair were greeted with information about a wide variety of student-run organizations, including performance groups, pre-professional clubs, international clubs, service clubs, and more.
By: Nathan McGuire
The Elections Committee (EC) released the names of the candidates running for UGBC president and vice-president on Sunday night, one week after the pool was reopened following the prospect of an uncontested election at the initial filing deadline.