Boston College announced Vice Provost for Enrollment Management John L. Mahoney will retire after working at the University for 39 years on Thursday morning.
Boston College Bans Electric Scooters on Campus
Boston College will ban e-scooters and other electric transportation devices on campus starting Dec. 22, according to an email BC administrators sent on Wednesday.
BC Administrators Reprimand Student Behavior at Red Bandanna Football Game
Boston College administrators sent an email to students on Friday reprimanding their conduct at the Red Bandanna football game on Oct. 8.
New Mile 21 Programming Engages Students on Marathon Monday
Boston College administrators and student organizations should be commended for the success of their student programming on Marathon Monday. The campus-centric activities—which included Breakfast Bingo, Mile 21 Field Day, and a live concert by Jason Derulo in the Mod Lot—refocused Marathon Monday behavior away from overcrowded parties off campus and toward celebrating the runners and…
A Look Inside BC’s $3.8 Billion Endowment
In the 1970s, when Boston College’s endowment hovered around $5 million, it would have been difficult to predict the powerhouse that BC’s endowment would eventually become. This past fiscal year, the endowment reached its all-time high: $3.8 billion.
BC Republicans President Criticizes Protestors at CJBC Demonstration
The May 7 protest on the Quad centered around student speeches and came after an off-campus protest advertised—but not officially hosted, according to club leaders—by CJBC, was canceled on May 3.
Diane Ring Named Interim Dean of BC Law
Ring, who currently serves as associate dean of faculty at BC Law, said that she looks forward to continuing to familiarize students with the legislative, regulatory, judicial, and policy spheres of the legal world in her new position.
BC Reports New Incident of Racial Bias, Suspends Student
BC has issued a summary suspension to a student who wrote racially offensive language on classroom chalkboards, according to a University email sent to students on Friday.
BC Theology Department Chair Accused of Sexual Assault
In two YouTube videos released on Wednesday and Jan. 23, theologian Laura Grimes alleges that Richard Gaillardetz, chair of the theology department, sexually assaulted her twice—on Halloween and in early December of 1987—while the two were students in a theology doctoral program at Notre Dame.
Law Dean Vincent Rougeau Selected as Next President of Holy Cross
Rougeau, who also serves as the inaugural director of BC’s Forum on Racial Justice in America, will officially assume the role on July 1.