Mike Lupica, a former writer and columnist for The Heights and BC ’74, returned to campus Nov. 15 to speak to the community about his journalistic career and the moments that have forever changed his life.
After raising over $220 million dollars towards fighting ALS through the Ice Bucket Challenge alone, the Frates family has been joined by close friends that are determined to keep the mission going strong.
ESPN fired Curt Schilling on Wednesday, an act long overdue given his history of offensive and inflammatory statements without any sign of remorse.
On Monday evening, Stephen Smith spoke about how he used hard work to became a journalist for ESPN.
These events demonstrate a continued effort by the University to promote entrepreneurship and assist students in achieving their professional goals.
For the second time this year, the First Take crew turned down a visit to Chestnut Hill. Heights editors Tom DeVoto and Alec Greaney ask…should we care that Skip and Stephen A. aren’t coming?
National television is returning to Boston College, as ESPN SportsCenter will both be filmed live on Friday, Sept. 18 prior to the FSU game. First Take, however, will be cancelled despite earlier reports.
George Bodenheimer, who oversaw ESPN from 1998-2011, told audience members that mission, brand and culture were the keys to success.