New Eagle Eye episodes with exclusive interviews with BC’s own athletes, alumni, and students will come out every two weeks, so make sure to check back on Spotify for the latest episode. Eagle Eye is hosted by The Heights’ multimedia team: Seeun Ahn, Annie Corrigan, and Eamon O’Malley.
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 bein...
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...
A restaurant in downtown Boston will lose its liquor license for one week this month after investigators caught underage BC students drinking alcohol ...
“These have been probably the best ... first three weeks of a semester that I've ever experienced as a professor. The energy, the vibe is the best … in my career of teaching. I mean … it's obvious but it's just [that] when you've been deprived of something, you're that much more appreciative and energetic about it.”
After two years without the in-person event, Homestead Hayfest was filled with smiling kids churning butter and sipping apple cider. While enjoying the festivities, Newton families also learned about the 19th century. In the backyard of the Jackson Homestead and Museum, Historic Newton offered apple cider pressing, ice cream, candle dipping, and a community atmosphere...
Leslie Zebrowitz bought her Tesla as a gift to her grandchildren, but she said she did not think the environment would also reap the benefits of her gift. Newton needs to make structural changes to its transportation systems, and the best way is through the use of electric vehicles (EVs), Zebrowitz said. About 60 percent of greenhouse gas emissions in the city come from residential and personal vehicles, according to Zebrowitz.
Thumbs Up Marathon Monday: What’s better than a long weekend? A long weekend with a marathon hitched on the end! Maramon, as it’s affectionately referred to on Herrd, is the only day Boston College students will gleefully arise at 6 a.m. It’s a crossover between Mardi Gras and a giant block party, with the added...