Despite long having outgrown the Halloween trick-or-treating tradition, Boston College students continue to celebrate the holiday with a costume or two … or five.
Arts Staffer Charley Conroy examines the music that BC students have on repeat this month.
In an email sent Thursday afternoon, Boston College Dining Services confirmed that weekend Late Night dining hours on Lower Campus would be 9 p.m. to 2 a.m at Addie’s Loft. The email also officially announced that mozzarella sticks and chicken tenders, old staples of previous years’ Late Night dining menus, would be returning to the current menu on weekends. Those items returned to the weekend menu last week.
Amid the changes and revamps Boston College Dining Services has unrolled to start the fall semester, none has garnered as much attention as Late Night dining’s move from the first floor of Corcoran Commons to Addie’s Loft on the second floor.
Last year’s pilot program that extended the hours of O’Neill Library on weekends has been temporarily stopped to gauge student demand.
An in-depth look into graffiti, O’Neill Library, and the BC experience.
Tucked into the first floor of O’Neil, “Discovering Kapwa” tells the story of the simple life and the people who made Casa Bayanihan home, for a little while at least.
A gallery on the library’s first floor will showcase the photographs of senior Natalie Blardony.