Several events on campus led up to election night, including a viewing party Tuesday.
Live Blog: Election Day 2016
Today, the nation decides our next president. Follow live updates from our editors about both the presidential election and Massachusetts races.
Clinton, Trump, and the Changing Face of the Democratic Party
A look at how race and gender issues factor into the 2016 presidential election and Hillary Clinton’s effect on the Democratic Party.
Professors Discuss the Role of Religion, Ethics in the 2016 Presidential Election
Professors examined the ways in which religious beliefs will affect the voting polls.
How Early Republican Party Fractures Have Shaped Current American Politics
BC history professor Heather Cox Richardson discusses the deep cuts within the Republican Party and its effects on American societies, past and present.
On Campus, a Divisive Election Sparks Conversation
Professor Michalczyk believes millennials are key to the outcome of this election and has noticed an increase in student engagement.
Counting Down to the Presidential Election, Profs Look Backwards and Ahead
R. Shep Melnick and Martha Bayles did not want to talk about the upcoming election. Instead, they explored what the United States might look like after Nov. 8.
Peter Krause Dissects Policies of Presidential Candidates
Before the third and final 2016 presidential debate, Peter Krause, a professor in the Boston College political science department, dissected the candidates’ policies, particularly on foreign involvement and terrorism.