A series of five break-ins into the homes of Asian residents in Newton has caused alarm within the community. The post Newton Officials Respond to Resident Concerns After Break-ins appeared first on The Heights. … [Read more...] about Newton Officials Respond to Resident Concerns After Break-ins
As the legal landscape shifts almost daily, Boston College athletics is working to give its student-athletes ample opportunity. The post As Legal Landscape Shifts, BC Adapts to Capitalize on NIL Opportunities appeared first on The Heights. … [Read more...] about As Legal Landscape Shifts, BC Adapts to Capitalize on NIL Opportunities
Boston College will enforce a guest limit in residence halls and continue asymptomatic surveillance testing during the fall semester, according to an email sent to BC students on Thursday. The post BC To Enforce Residence Hall Capacity Limits, Continue Surveillance Testing in the Fall appeared first on The Heights. … [Read more...] about BC To Enforce Residence Hall Capacity Limits, Continue Surveillance Testing in the Fall
BC Athletics A late departure as the season approaches THE! Ohio State University announced yesterday that former Boston College Women’s Hockey defender Hadley Hartmetz will be joining the Buckeyes for the 2021-2022 season. Her social media profiles have been updated to show that she’s a member of the Buckeyes’ roster as well. Hartmetz played the last two years at … [Read more...] about WIH: Hadley Hartmetz Transfers to Ohio State
Photo by Richard T Gagnon/Getty Images The late departure is heading to Sault Ste. Mare A couple weeks ago, Boston College Men’s Hockey forward Harrison Roy notified his teammates that he would not be returning to the Heights next season. According to Roy’s Twitter account, it now appears that he will be heading to Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan to continue his college … [Read more...] about MIH: Harrison Roy To Transfer To Lake Superior State
Photo by Richard T Gagnon/Getty Images How will the Eagles fare after losing their best players? Today Boston College Athletics released the full schedule for the 2021-22 BC Men’s Hockey team. https://t.co/ig09InllD5 https://t.co/XQB0i5iuas#ForBoston pic.twitter.com/iNRXQTcqmD— BC Hockey (@BCHockey) July 28, 2021 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js You can … [Read more...] about 2021-22 Boston College Men’s Hockey Schedule Released
Photo by Fred Kfoury III/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images What does the BCI Staff think of the 2020-21 Eagles? With each position group now reviewed, we shall take a look at what our group think of this 2020-21 BC team: where are the Eagles strong, where are we weak, and are there some surprises in store for us? The BCI staff assembles to give their thoughts. Which … [Read more...] about BCI Roundtable: Position Review Wrap-up — BC’s strongest and weakest positions?
BC’s offense is primed for a big year Today the votes for the All-ACC Preseason Football Team were announced, along with the votes for ACC Preseason Player of the Year. WR Zay Flowers, OG Zion Johnson, and C Alec Lindstrom all received All-ACC Preseason honors. Both Zay Flowers and QB Phil Jurkovec also received votes for Preseason ACC Player of the Year. View the full list … [Read more...] about 3 Boston College Players Named to Preseason All-ACC Team. 2 BC Players Receive Votes for Preseason ACC Player of the Year.
Photo by Ryan M. Kelly/Getty Images Where do you think the Eagles will finish? The ACC Preseason Media Poll was released today, and it slots Boston College in behind Clemson and NC State to finish 3rd in the Atlantic Division. Who is your pick to win the ACC this season? pic.twitter.com/qs5wB5AUqH— ACC Network (@accnetwork) July 26, … [Read more...] about Boston College Football picked to finish 3rd in Atlantic Division in new ACC Preseason Poll