Boston College will offer a new major in global public health and the common good administered by the Schiller Institute for Integrated Science and Society and the Connell School of Nursing, according to a University release.
Rev. Michael Davidson, S.J., director of the Thea Bowman AHANA and Intercultural Center (BAIC), and Yvonne McBarnett, director of the Montserrat Coalition, will switch positions at Boston College in 2023, according to a University release.
“It was very difficult to get the administration to commit to it,” Claudio said. “We had a few people, you know, on the lower end of the administration really trying to help us out a lot. The problem was getting the higher-ups to commit to it.”
Student outcry to changes within Boston College Dining is far from a new phenomenon. Rather, it spans several decades.
When Tania Hossain ordered the vegetarian quesadilla from Boston College Dining, she said she did not even notice she was handed the wrong one. After a few bites, she suddenly realized it had chicken in it—chicken that was not Halal.
Jamie D’Ambra, MCAS ’25, was finishing her chicken and two sides—a Boston College Dining classic—when her roommate noticed something dark peeping out of the vegetables.
BC marched into Raleigh Saturday to take on No. 17 NC State and left with a 21–20 victory that came down to the wire.
Oqueli Pascual-Hernadez pleaded not guilty to charges of trespassing, criminal harassment, and disorderly conduct after police arrested him on Saturday in connection with “peeping Tom” incidents near off-campus houses, according to CBS News.
The Boston Police Department (BPD) arrested Oqueli Pascual-Hernadez on Saturday morning in connection with a series of “peeping Tom” incidents near off-campus student houses, according to a BPD report.