All Boston College students, faculty, and staff who plan to be on campus this upcoming fall semester will be tested for COVID-19 upon arrival, according to a Thursday email from the Office of Residential Life.
Former Coaches Remain BC’s Highest-Paid Employees, University Scholarship Amounts Decrease, FY20 Tax Returns Show
Former football head coach Steve Addazio and former men’s basketball head coach Jim Christian remained the University’s highest-paid employees during the 2020 fiscal year (FY20), according to Boston College’s annual 990 tax filings, a spot they’ve held in recent years.
A Dorchester man who was originally arrested by the Boston College Police Department in 2018 was sentenced to 12 years in federal prison and five years on probation for possession of child pornography in U.S. District Court on May 13.
The Student Assembly (SA) of UGBC confirmed Leonardo Escobar, MCAS ’22, as president pro tempore and Aidan Mallon, MCAS ’22, as parliamentarian on May 27.
Boston College lifted its mask mandate for vaccinated individuals and rescinded all capacity limitations for on-campus classrooms, workspaces, and outdoor areas on Saturday, according to a May 28 announcement from Vice President for Human Resources David Trainor.
Boston College has criticized the USA East Province of the Society of Jesus for failing to respond to allegations that Rev. Ted Dziak, S.J., emotionally abused multiple students and sexually abused one volunteer. The response follows Heights reporting that members of the BC community informed University President Rev. William P. Leahy, S.J., of Dziak’s inappropriate behavior.
University President Rev. William P. Leahy, S.J., Issues Statement in Response to April 26 ‘Heights’ Article
The Heights article of April 26, 2021 describing allegations against Fr. Ted Dziak contains erroneous and irresponsible claims about me and my role as President of Boston College. A response is necessary.