University President Rev. William P. Leahy, S.J. discussed the pressures that Boston College faces in the modern day, including an increasingly secular society and struggles within the Catholic Church, at BC’s 2021 University Convocation, according to University communications.
After Leahy’s statement condemning racism and offering prayers for George Floyd, student petitions call upon BC to better address racial injustice.
President Leahy sent a letter to the BC community stating that it is essential for everyone to “acknowledge and affirm that Black Lives Matter.”
University President Rev. William P. Leahy, S.J., released a statement on June 2 condemning racism and offering prayers for George Floyd.
The COVID-19 pandemic and BC’s move to online classes have put significant strain on BC’s finances, according to University President Rev. William P. Leahy, S.J.
University President Rev. William P. Leahy, S.J., spoke to the Boston College faculty and staff at Wednesday’s University convocation, where he expanded on the role of BC as a Jesuit liberal arts university. He emphasized that the University’s primary goal is to be an institution of “teaching, research, creativity, debate, service, and learning.” “[BC students]…
Carolina Tiru, MCAS ’20, was awarded the 2019 Oscar A. Romero Scholarship at an awards ceremony Saturday night. Tiru was awarded the scholarship for academic excellence, as well as significant involvement within the greater Latinx and Hispanic communities.