BC made brilliant plays on Saturday, but we’ll only remember the moments of failure.
A new proposal to reduce the number of stops on the B Line hear BU might make a commute downtown substantially faster.
Memories are what fuels the cuisine at The Hungry I—but Chef Peter Ballarin still does not want you to miss the moment.
Born in Milan, Italy, Westphal moved to France at age four, growing up just 200 miles outside of Paris in Limoges. A dual citizen of Italy and France, she began racing competitively at age 15 while studying in Spain for eight months.
Alex Navarro, BC musician and CSOM ’15, travels around campus and the city at large, filming himself performing in unusual, and at times restricted, locations for his ‘Sessions’ series.
In an effort to replace and concentrate the resources formerly housed in the Campus Technology Resource Center (CTRC), Boston College Libraries and Information Technology Services (ITS) have partnered to form the new BC Library Digital Studio—an early-stage media lab in soft launch phase on the second floor of O’Neill Library.
The latest figures reported in the University’s Annual Disclosure of Crime Statistics—a public report federally mandated under the Clery Act—show an increase in the number of forcible sexual assaults reported at Boston College in 2013.
Some students contend that recent changes seeking to enable accessibility on campus are barely scratching the surface of problems surrounding access at Boston College.