During housing registration on March 15, multiple freshman and sophomore groups of six successfully registered to live in 2150, which typically serves as senior housing.
All residential students are required to sign the addendum, which limits guests allowed in living units and prohibits all unapproved social gatherings.
“Boston’s budget sets forward a blueprint for the values that matter: creating opportunity, ensuring equity and working towards a better Boston for all residents,” Walsh said in an official statement.
The process ran through a familiar pattern to past years, with the Mods filling up early on in the process. For the third straight year, 2150 Commonwealth Ave. was the slowest—and final—dorm to fill up.
After multiple incidents were reported in the past week related to break-ins in the Brighton neighborhood that many Boston College students living off campus call home, the Boston College Police Department is working on educating off-campus students on how to prevent break-ins.