Three undergraduates have tested positive for COVID-19 at Boston College since Monday out of 2,995 tests, a positivity rate of .10 percent.
On National First Responders Day—which honors first responders each year on Oct. 28—Boston College Emergency Medical Services plans to celebrate the same way that they usually do: going to work.
The University announced that it will delay the start of the spring semester by nine days and cancel Spring Break in an email sent to members of the Boston College community on Monday.
‘The Heights’ contributors Gabriel Wallen and Frank Fishman consider how college athletics should promote social justice.
As I said earlier, the key to college is finding balance. And with the right planning, you can find that you have enough time to enjoy both the deep, interesting discussions in your Ecology and Evolution review on Thursdays and the joyous occasion of Facetime Fridays with a friend who lives 2,576 miles away.
To sit idly by and wait for the pandemic to end would be “a tremendous disservice,” according to Rev. Michael Rozier, S.J.
The weekly COVID-19 undergraduate positivity rate at Boston College fell last week for the second week in a row, marking a new semester low.
Thumbs Up: Flies. Flies everywhere are really having a moment. From the national debate stage to…the national debate stage. Five years ago, could you ever have imagined that the one thing you would take away from a vice presidential debate would be that a fly landed on Mike Pence’s hair? #flygate