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Alumni Stories

Frates Earns Eagle Honor

BC Baseball retired No. 3 jersey during the annual ALS Awareness Game with thousands of fans present to show their support for the cause, the Frates family, and the Eagles. Read more.


Searching for Words

BC's "literary archaeologists" uncover forgotten poems from Boston's early years as part of a collaborative research project. Learn more.


Remember Your BC "Beginning"

Take a two-minute journey through the BC experience in this new video. Watch it.


Sweet Contributions

The BC Baking Club and Dining Services teamed up to raise money for breast cancer research with the University's first cupcake fundraiser. See more.

Five Eagles Have Landed

BC employee Fred Vautour will soon celebrate his fifth child's graduation from the University. Read more.

Bring Home the Heights

This impressive look at Boston College through images and essays is the perfect gift for new graduates and alumni. Discover more.

Art on the Move

Going for Goldwater

Two Boston College students have won 2016 Barry M. Goldwater Scholarships, considered the nation's premier undergraduate award in the sciences. Learn more.

Art on the Move

A Global Presence

Eight BC professors traveled to Turkey last summer for an inaugural faculty seminar exploring the country and connecting with its leading university. Read on.

BC Strong

BC Strong

Three years after losing his left leg in the Boston Marathon bombing, Patrick Downes '05 will be back to run it, and friend Tom Treacy '05 will run to raise funds for the BC Strong Scholarship. Learn more.

Track Turtles

Using Drones to Track Turtles

Branick Weix '19 put his entrepreneurial skills to work over spring break tracking endangered sea turtles in a new way. Discover More.

Alumni Profiles

Patricia Noonan

Jen Welter '00

Jen Welter—the first woman to coach in the NFL—was thrilled to meet President Obama. But she didn't expect what came next. Discover more.

Patricia Noonan

Alessandra Maldonado '16

After donating bone marrow to save the life of a 3-year-old boy, Alessandra Maldonado has two goals: see him recover from leukemia and urge others to join the bone marrow registry. Read more.

Patricia Noonan

Sailing to the Olympics

Teammates Annie Haeger '12 and Briana Provancha '11 will represent the U.S. in this summer's Olympic Games. Explore more.

Patricia Noonan

Soaring Eagles: Patricia Noonan '07

Performer and rising star Patricia Noonan reinforces her strong ties to BC. See more.





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