Boston College will officially integrate its LGBTQ+ programming and support into the Thea Bowman AHANA and Intercultural Center (BAIC) this summer, according to an email sent to the BC community on Friday afternoon.
Oksana Markarova, Ukraine’s ambassador to the United States, will deliver Boston College’s 2023 commencement address on May 22, according to a University release.
Tragedy, Recovery, and Community: Recounting and Reflecting 10 Years After the Boston Marathon Bombing
“In this weird twist of fate, out of something that was so evil and destructive, I got this glimpse into the really compassionate depths of humans,” Downes said. “It has supercharged me at times when I would otherwise have been really quite down and out. So I would love to find a way to bottle that all up and be able to give it to other people in their times of need as well.”
Following roughly two decades of advocacy, BC students continue to call for a resource center.
A 25-vote deduction made the difference in the UGBC election Monday night when Jordan Nakash and running mate Yosan Tewelde lost after originally receiving 11 more votes than the winning team.
ALC Showdown gathered a record-breaking crowd and all 17 dance teams for the biggest dance competition of the year.
Boston College admitted 15 percent of 36,525 applicants to the Class of 2027, according to a University release.
The Heights endorses Jordan Nakash, MCAS ’24, and Yosan Tewelde, MCAS ’24, for 2023–24 Undergraduate Government of Boston College president and vice president.
The reign of aux cord tyrants may reach an end this Wednesday when MCEE, an app created by three Boston College students to allow communal control of the music played in group settings, launches in the Apple App Store.