SEASA and Conspiracy Theory hosted a night of dance, featuring performances from eight BC groups, to support the Blue Dragon foundation.
With a chance to win the game, Jameis Winston proved his invincibility yet again .
The BC band deals out all the juicy details, talking about the success its had on campus during the past two years and the direction it hopes to take in the future—including an EP, concerts in Boston, and even a Juice-themed clothing line.
Brian McWilliams used to think Instagram was a waste of time—but now he is helping to bring Boston’s photographers together through the popular app.
Luke George and Andrew Bernstein, the founders of two startups, competed in a prominent collegiate competition on Tuesday, leaving without a prize but plenty of crucial experience.
As the culminating event of Love Your Body Week, The Women’s Center presented ‘The Good Body,’ a play written by ‘Vagina Monologues’ author Eve Ensler.
It has been 25 years since the massacre in El Salvador of six Jesuit priests, their housekeeper, and her daughter—an event that left the entire world reeling. At the time, El Salvador was in the midst of a bloody civil war that left more than 70,000 people dead at the hands of Salvadoran government forces and death squads.
Students pack O’Connell House for a night of improv comedy, hosted by My Mother’s Fleabag.
UGBC Executive Vice President Chris Marchese, A&S ’15 confirmed tonight that he has stepped down from his role for “personal reasons.”