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Sesquicentennial

150TH ANNIVERSARY
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Perspectives on the Heights
As part of the Sesquicentennial Celebration, Boston College Chronicle correspondent Reid Oslin interviewed eight individuals who offer interesting insights on Boston College's history.

Sesquicentennial forum tackles thorny issues of immigration
“Migration: Past, Present and Future," an academic symposium sponsored by the Center for Human Rights and International Justice, featured a speech by memoirist Richard Rodriguez, a series of panel discussions, and an address by history professor James M. O’Toole about the role of immigration in the founding of Boston College in 1863.

In the beginning
A special report from Boston College Magazine: Inside the 150th anniversary celebration.

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Sesquicentennial Year in Review
VIDEO FROM NEWS AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS
A closing video showcases the highlights of the Sesquicentennial year.

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Religious Diversity and the Common Good
VIDEO FROM MEDIA TECHNOLOGY SERVICES
The Sesquicentennial's closing symposium welcomes leaders from a variety of academic, civic, and religious communities who reflect on the nature and pursuit of the common good in a pluralistic society.

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Energy: From the Last to the Next 150 Years
VIDEO FROM MEDIA TECHNOLOGY SERVICES
Keynote addresses and panel discussions during this symposium explore the science of energy generation and the politics and policies of energy use.

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The Legacy of Vatican II
VIDEO FROM MEDIA TECHNOLOGY SERVICES
Sponsored by the School of Theology and Ministry, this symposium featured scholars from around the world who have studied Vatican II from theological, historical, and cultural standpoints.

Events

The Sesquicentennial events have concluded.