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Alumni Stories

Commencement Speaker Set

A champion of social justice, Chicago Archbishop Blase Joseph Cupich will address the Class of 2015. Read more

Eagles say “Thank You!”

Across the Heights, students came together to show their appreciation to the donors who have made their BC experiences possible on Thank a Donor Day. Read more

A Reunion Record

The Class of 1965 reconnects through legacy giving. Read more

Take the Heights Home

This treasure trove of engaging essays and archival images—many in print for the first time—is the perfect gift for recent graduates and alumni. Read more

Thank a Donor Day

Last week, hundreds of BC students came together to say thank you during Thank a Donor Day. This special day of recognition honored those alumni, parents, and friends who give for BC to make the student experience unforgettable. Watch the video.

With Honors: The Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences

Read all about the new name on campus and what it means for BC. Read more

Eagles Take Manhattan

If it’s springtime in New York City, it must be time for the Wall Street Council Tribute Dinner. Read more

Second Annual Photo Contest Launches

Do you have BC-themed photos? Enter them in our contest. Read more

Eagles for Others

Find your project for BC’s Global Days of Service. Read more

Fr. Leahy

Laetare Sunday 2015

A day of rejoicing in the midst of Lent—and a day to return to the Heights in celebration. Read more

Alumni Profiles

Molly Hamilton

Soaring Eagles: Michael Monteiro ’94

Tech CEO Michael Monteiro ’94 runs “the quietest success story in Boston.” Read more

Molly Hamilton

Soaring Eagles: David Simas, JD’95

White House advisor David Simas, JD’95, will address graduates at the BC Law School Commencement. Read more


Soaring Eagles: Hope Jankunas ’01

Animal entrepreneur Hope Jankunas ’01 opened her own pet hospital. Read more

Gretchen Andrus

Soaring Eagles: Rory Cuddyer ’11

Boston mayor named Rory Cuddyer ’11 to new pro-business role. Read more





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