Columnist Grace Christenson asks a question that high school seniors across the country are asking themselves right now: Is Boston College a good school? Well, that depends on what you mean by good. But if we’re using the University’s coronavirus response as a measuring stick, the answer is no.
The information session was the second of this year’s “BC 101” meetings, which are designed to get new employees up to speed on campus developments.
BC’s strategic plans don’t typically include specific building plans, and the University still intends to build a student center.
Joseph Nano, MCAS ’20, Sean O’Rourke, MCAS ’17, and Stephanie Madzey, MCAS ’19, were among the winners.
“The official recognition that this award brings is important, but what really matters is accomplishing future goals, such as expanding the non-discrimination clause.”