Boston College and men’s basketball coach Earl Grant have agreed to a two-year contract extension that will take him through the 2028–29 season.
88-Year-Old Newton Catholic School’s Closure Prompts Outcry From Alumni
Mount Alvernia will close after this academic year, according to the school’s board of directors and the Missionary Franciscan Sisters.
UPDATE: Newton Voters Cast Split Decision in Special Override Election
Fifty-three percent of voters voted no on question one, while 47 percent of voters voted yes, according to an email from Fuller.
North Carolina Throttles Eagles as BC’s ACC Tournament Run Comes to a Close
Boston College men’s basketball fell to North Carolina 85–61 in the second round of the ACC tournament on Wednesday.
Eagles Survive Louisville, Advance to Second Round of ACC Tournament
Boston College basketball defeated Louisville 80–62 in the first round of the ACC Tournament on Tuesday in Greensboro.
BC Hosts Largest Gathering of Catholic Leadership at a University in U.S. History
Boston College is set to host a conference this weekend that will mark the largest gathering of Catholic leadership on a university campus in American history.
BC Denied Proposals for Queer Resource Center, Transgender Speaker, and Academic Conference, GLC Chair Says During SA Meeting
Boston College denied a proposal for a queer resource center in November, citing its Jesuit values, GLBTQ+ Leadership Council (GLC) Chair Wells Arkins said at a Student Assembly (SA) meeting on Tuesday night.
BC Drops Bid at Hockey East Tournament Championship in 3–0 Loss to Northeastern
No. 15 Boston College women’s hockey fell to No. 5 Northeastern in a 3–0 shutout loss in the Hockey East semifinals.
27–3 Run Propels Eagles Over Wake Forest in BC’s Final Road Game of Season
Boston College men’s basketball earned its third-straight ACC win on Tuesday night with a 71–69 win over Wake Forest that came down to the wire.
BC Omits Its Consideration of Legacy Admissions From Common Data Set, Unlike Many Neighbor Institutions
Like many of its peer institutions, Boston College considers “legacy status” in first-year admissions, according to Grant Gosselin, director of undergraduate admission. But, BC is the only university in the Greater Boston area, however, to omit its consideration of students’ alumni relations—granted to students with family who have attended or currently are attending the University—in its 2021–2022 Common Data Set.