Dean Letourneau, a 6-foot-7 forward from Braeside, Ontario, and incoming Boston College men’s hockey freshman, was drafted by ...
CSON professor Ann Wolbert Burgess will make her Hollywood debut as the star of a new Hulu docuseries “Mastermind: To Think ...
CAB and the Music Guild present a fall band showcase, Christmas comes to Faneuil Hall with a tree lighting ceremony, and more Boston events this weekend. Career Night for the Arts is held in the ...
BC women’s tennis was once again competitive with an ACC opponent, and started the day off by winning the doubles point, but couldn’t get the job done against Georgia Tech, losing, 5-2.
Playing behind an inexperienced offensive line, BC failed to generate any offense in a 27–10 loss to Virginia Tech on Saturday night. Play calling and offensive line struggles were BC’s downfall in ...
Boston College earned the lowest possible rating for campus free speech policies in a new report by the Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression (FIRE), a free speech and expression advocacy ...
“Boston College has a socially conservative and Roman Catholic identity, which only contributes to a culture of anti-queerness, which can exacerbate this problem,” said Hugh McMahon, UGBC Senator and ...
DJ is the Managing Editor of The Heights, and is a Political Science and History double major from Chapel Hill, North Carolina. When not on duty as The Heights Mom, he is an American record holding ...
“You graduates of the class of 2018 have great talent and promise because of who you are and what you have experienced in our community,” University President Rev. William P. Leahy, S.J., said.
Danny Flynn is the Outreach Coordinator for The Heights. In 2020, he was the Associate Magazine Editor and in 2019, he was a Copy Editor. You can reach him at danny.flynn@bcheights.com or ...