Living off campus in just my second year at BC feels undoubtedly negative to me. It’s difficult to find positives when you are as blatantly rejected as I was.
Frostbite and Frozen Pipe Warnings: University Alerts Students of Incoming Arctic Blast
The University sent out several emails on Thursday warning students about a dangerous arctic blast headed for Boston this weekend.
Sophomore Living Experience Option Added to 2023–24 Housing Application
Instead of scrambling to form large groups to live in Walsh Hall, rising sophomores can now apply to the Sophomore Living Experience, a program where selected pairs will be placed in Walsh Hall quads or eight-mans with randomly assigned suitemates.
Williams Hall Residents Confused After RD Announces All Four RAs Will Not Return
Residents of all four floors of Williams Hall received emails from their resident director (RD) Saturday morning informing them that their resident assistants (RAs) would not be returning for the spring semester.
If It’s Not Broken, Don’t Fix It: An Open Letter to ResLife
The Office of Residential Life should implement more effective methods of communication during the housing selection process, including timely use of social media platforms, consistent instructions for registration and selection, and increased clarity surrounding any changes being made to the process. Housing selection is a stressful time for Boston College students, and ResLife should play…
UPDATE: ResLife Announces Additional Change to Housing Selection Schedule
The Office of Residential Life altered its housing selection timeline after it was disrupted due to IT server issues, according to an email sent to students on Wednesday. The housing selection process will resume on Thursday.
UPDATE: ResLife Postpones Housing Selection Due to Technical Issues
The Office of Residential Life postponed six-person apartment selection—which was set to occur this afternoon—for the remainder of the day due to IT server issues, according to an email sent to students.
Editorial: Without an Overhaul of the Housing Selection Process, Students Must Take It Upon Themselves To Mitigate Toxic Culture
The housing selection process at Boston College is a needlessly stressful one, marked by rumors and distrust. Since a complete overhaul of the housing selection process seems unlikely in the near future, students must take initiative to change the toxic culture surrounding housing at BC. Every class year at BC has a desired housing location….
Students Awake to Flooding, Water Damage in 90
When Maureen Kelly woke up early in the morning on Feb. 27, droplets were falling from crevices in the ceiling of her dorm room in 90 St. Thomas More Rd.
BC Records Largest Number of Undergrads in Isolation
Today’s update surpasses the previous high of 88 undergraduate students in isolation, a record set last Friday.