A civic society group in Ireland has criticized Boston College for how the University referred to the United Kingdom’s special envoy to the United States on Northern Ireland in an invitation to a luncheon hosted on Tuesday by the Irish Institute at the McMullen Museum of Art.
BC Receives $25 Million National Science Foundation Grant For Research Into Ocean Ecosystems and Climate
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded Boston College a five-year, $25 million Science and Technology Center grant to fund research into ocean ecosystems and climates in collaboration with many other universities, including Boston University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Former Boston College women’s soccer coach Alison Foley is suing the University for gender discrimination and illegal wiretapping after allegedly being forced to resign in 2018 following her record-setting 22 seasons.
There are exciting things happening at Alumni Stadium, and they are not just the return of football games enjoyed by thousands of spectators. Through a partnership with Boston College Athletics, the Undergraduate Government of Boston College has revitalized the Alumni South section of the stadium concourse with Boston-themed food and decor to create a welcoming space that can be used by student organizations.
The Boston College Police Department (BCPD) arrested a temporary BC Dining Services employee in the rat on Monday afternoon after he struck an officer responding to a call about him being in a state of mental distress, according to University Spokesman Jack Dunn.
Students and professors alike settled into the plush armchairs of the Connolly House on Wednesday evening for the journalism program’s first in-person event since the start of the pandemic.
The Boston College community tied hundreds of maroon and gold ribbons with their prayers written on them to the fences surrounding Bapst Library last week.
After remaining closed for the last academic year, the Chocolate Bar is set to reopen next Monday, according to Beth Emery, director of BC Dining.
It would take immense public action, like the storming of protesters at the Harvard–Yale football game, to give divestment the publicity it needs at Boston College, according to Climate Justice at Boston College (CJBC) president Audrey Kang.