For the first time in the school’s history, Boston College was invited to attend COP26, a two-week United Nations conference on climate change. A group of BC students and faculty will join 20,000 people from around the world in Glasgow, Scotland for the conference.
Boston College reported nine rape offenses in 2020, according to the University’s Annual Campus Security and Fire Safety Report on Sept. 30, marking a decrease from the 23 reported offenses in 2019 and 19 reported offenses in 2018.
A civic society group in Ireland has criticized Boston College for how the University referred to the United Kingdom’s special envoy to the United States on Northern Ireland in an invitation to a luncheon hosted on Tuesday by the Irish Institute at the McMullen Museum of Art.
Former Boston College men’s hockey star Jimmy Hayes’ cause of death was revealed to be fentanyl and cocaine related on Friday.
The BC community welcomed the Class of 2020 back to campus for a delayed Commencement on Sunday after the ceremony was canceled due to COVID-19 nearly a year-and-a-half ago.
NC State exploded in the second half to silence a crowd of over 40,000 Boston College football fans and rout BC 33–7.
Former Boston College women’s soccer coach Alison Foley is suing the University for gender discrimination and illegal wiretapping after allegedly being forced to resign in 2018 following her record-setting 22 seasons.
The large gains reflect significant returns on BC’s investments, according to the Boston Business Journal.
The Boston College Police Department (BCPD) arrested a temporary BC Dining Services employee in the rat on Monday afternoon after he struck an officer responding to a call about him being in a state of mental distress, according to University Spokesman Jack Dunn.
A restaurant in downtown Boston will lose its liquor license for one week this month after investigators caught underage BC students drinking alcohol and not wearing masks at a party in April.