Soo spoke at Boston College’s opening ceremony for Asian Pacific American Heritage Month (APAHM) on Tuesday night in Gasson 100.
Over 18 inches of snow buried Chestnut Hill during a blizzard on Jan. 26, but that didn’t stop a Commonwealth Ave. pizza parlor from opening its doors.
Lyons. Upper. Vandy. Leahy. What do these words have in common? All were answers to BCWordle—the five-letter guessing game with terms unique to all things Boston College.
Kudzai Kapurura—this year’s recipient of the annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholarship—said she began to recognize the importance of the scholarship after being invited to be a student keynote speaker at its ceremony her freshman year.
Sofia Megale jolted awake in her dorm room in Walsh Hall to something repeatedly brushing against her shoulder.
Joseph Costantino, S.J., will depart the Jesuit Parish of St. Ignatius of Loyola in July after serving as its pastor since 2016. Change, Costantino said, is ingrained in the life of Jesuits.
Boston College and the Jesuit Parish of St. Ignatius of Loyola have begun discussions “to explore deepening the partnership” between the University and the parish, according to a letter addressed to parishioners on Sunday.
The 2022 Boston College Women’s Summit, which is set to take place on Feb. 5, will be jam-packed with keynote speakers, workshops, and the opportunity to build new relationships and skills.
On Thursday, Gallagher spoke to the BC community about his new book Nazis of Copley Square: The Forgotten Story of the Christian Front. The book explores the Christian Front—a right-wing, anti-Semitic association influenced by prominent radio host Charles Coughlin—and its presence in Boston under Francis Moran, an organizer of a New England Christian Front.
From classes on Zoom to masks on campus, the COVID-19 pandemic has warped the realities of college life for the past two years.