Despite my body changing, I’m still happy with the way I look, which isn’t something that comes as easily as it sounds. This extra weight that I’ve gained is a reminder that anxieties don’t just disappear. Confidence is fluid, and it will slip away from you if you let it. Feeling good about yourself is a constant process of self-reassurance.
BC Attendance Cost Rises to $72,736, Tuition Now $56,780
Boston College’s Board of Trustees has set tuition for the 2019-20 academic year at $56,780, bringing the final cost of attendance to $72,736 per year, according to a University release.
BC Creates Early Decision Admission for Class of ’24, Replacing Early Action
Boston College announced that the University is implementing an Early Decision (ED) admissions program to replace its Early Action (EA) program for Class of 2024 applicants.
Is There Room for College Teams in Boston’s Sports Pantheon?
Boston is home to some of the most storied professional teams in all major sports. With this level of excellence, where do collegiate teams fit in? Eleanor Grondin submits a potential answer in her latest column.
Report: Potential Conversion of Mary Ann’s to Dispensary Draws BC, Cleveland Circle Merchants’ Opposition
Happy Valley is opening a marijuana dispensary in East Boston and, if the sale goes through, plans to convert Mary Ann’s to a dispensary as well. Boston College officials have indicated their opposition to the proposed sale, as have Cleveland Circle merchants.
UPDATE: 24 BC Law Professors Sign Onto Letter to the Senate Condemning Kavanaugh Nomination
Twenty-four Boston College Law School professors signed a letter asking the U. S. Senate not to confirm U. S. Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh. The letter was sent to The New York Times, and it will be presented to the U. S. Senate on Thursday. Kavanaugh is facing multiple accusations of sexual assault.
Graduate Union Interrupts Parents’ Weekend Event, Pickets Pops on the Heights
About 30 members of the Boston College Graduate Employees Union (BCGEU-UAW) first walked out of the annual President’s Address in Robsham Theater before carrying out a planned picket outside Pops on the Heights Friday night.
Lawsuit Against University Going to Jury Trial
Judge Denise Casper has ordered the breach of contract lawsuit pending against Boston College to a jury trial, according to an electronic court order sent to the two sides in the lawsuit Friday afternoon.
Sonya Renee Taylor Returns to Talk “Radical Self-Love”
The Boston College Women’s and Gender Studies Program welcomed Taylor to speak to students for the second year in a row this past Tuesday.
Lawsuit Against University Reaches Pre-Trial Stage, Sides Argue Over Jury Trial
In a hearing Thursday afternoon in the $3 million lawsuit pending against Boston College in regards to the alleged mishandling of a sexual assault allegation, Judge Denise Casper indicated that her inclination is to send the case to a jury trial. Casper said she will issue an order with her decision in the near term.