The Class of 2022 will be the last undergraduate class at Boston College to receive a final class rank, according to Akua Sarr, vice provost for undergraduate academic affairs.
John Walsh, the director of creative video services at Boston College, said discernment lies at the center of vocation seeking at an Agape Latte talk on Tuesday night.
Ten clubs showcased their respective cultures through food, traditions, and games in the spirit of night markets, which bring people together in cities across the globe.
The Boston Marathon returned in full force last Monday for the first time since April 2019, and along with it came a horde of Boston College students once again flooding off-campus streets and the Mods to celebrate one of BC’s most beloved traditions.
After breaking its own record by raising more than $20,000 during the last academic year, BC charity: water is ready to get back in action
In the first official meeting of the semester, the Student Assembly began planning for the year with the newly elected senators.
After a year of mostly virtual classes and club meetings, traditions put on hold, and capacity restrictions that kept students isolated, BC—which is over 99 percent fully vaccinated—is embracing in-person events once again.