Three Boston College deans explored the admissions lawsuit against Harvard University, how it relates to BC, and its general significance in higher education.
“I am breaking barriers. Help break them with me,” said MA State Representative Juana Matias, encouraging women to become politically involved.
Tom Lombardo, CSOM ’17, and his conglomerate of philosophy-minded friends crafted this semester’s issue of Dianoia.
The Boisi Center works to bring rigorous thinkers to campus and develop an understanding of the common good through a religious lens.
Professor of Islamic Civilization and Societies David DiPasquale has a goal to educate and inform his students about the rich culture of Islam.
Matthew Desmond, a New York Times bestselling author, told BC students Wednesday that he hopes they will come to hate poverty as he does.
Elvira Di Fabio, a professor at Harvard University, spoke to BC students and faculty about the advantages of using art to teach students a foreign language.
Makenna Newkirk’s dad didn’t even know people played hockey in the Southwest. BC women’s hockey is thankful she convinced him that it’s the sport for her.
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