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Commencement Joy not Dampened

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A very warm welcome, Class of 2017, to the Boston College Alumni Association! Read more

Commencement Joy not Dampened

Commencement Joy Not Dampened

The Class of 2017 celebrated in spite of the rain, listening as Senator Bob Casey exhorted them to serve others, saying: "Remember that your labor will give hope to those who need it, and bring the light of compassion to the darkness." Read more

Back to BC

Back to BC

Eagles from classes ending in 2 and 7 returned to campus for a fun-filled weekend of reconnecting with BC and each other. More than 5,000 alumni and friends gathered at the Heights for all the festivities. See photos

Sen. Bob Casey to Speak at Commencement

Sen. Bob Casey to Speak at Commencement

One of America's foremost Catholic politicians, U.S. Senator Bob Casey (D-Pa.), will speak at BC's 141st Commencement. Activist and social worker Amy Guen, MSW'52; non-profit CEO Tiffany Cooper Gueye '00, PhD'07; actor Chris O'Donnell '92; and Fr. Leo B. Shea, MM, '60, will also receive honorary degrees. Read more.

BC A-Z for 2021

As the newest class of Eagles readies for freshman year, the University has prepared a helpful video cheat sheet for them. See more

Spiritual Writings

Spiritual Writings

Tim Muldoon '92, whose books include Living Against the Grain and Six Sacred Rules for Families (co-authored with wife Sue '90), has received the Loyola Institute's 2017 Writer's Award in Spirituality. Learn more

Remembering Fr. Monan

Remembering Fr. Monan

Boston College honors the life of J. Donald Monan, S.J., the 24th president of BC, who was credited with saving the University from fiscal crisis and guiding it into a period of then unparalleled financial and academic success. Explore his legacy.

Mentoring Matchups

Alumni2Alumni

Alumni2Alumni, a new program launched by the BC Alumni Association, pairs recent BC grads with alumni mentors experienced in their fields and ready to provide personalized career guidance. Discover more.

In Appalachia

In Appalachia

Through Appalachia Volunteers of BC, fondly known as Appa, students serve marginalized communities over spring break, living the program's motto of "Love, Learn, Serve." See photos and video from this year's adventures. Explore.

Cracking the Glass Ceiling

Cracking the Glass Ceiling

Juniors Akosua Achampong and Tt King made history when they won the recent Undergraduate Government of Boston College election: Achampong is the first female African American UGBC president, and they are its first female leadership team. Read on.

Alumni Profiles

Jonathan Scott '79

Jonathan Scott '79

The sudden 2014 closing of all social service programs on Boston Harbor's Long Island meant the loss of a critical treatment center for women in recovery—but Victory Programs, of which Scott is CEO, met the challenge. Read more.

Mark Burrell '97, James DeJulio '97, Rob Salvatore '97

Mark Burrell '97, James DeJulio '97, Rob Salvatore '97

Tongal, an independent creative network launched by three BC classmates, has been named to the Ad Age A-list for 2017 and is quickly rising to the top as an influencer marketing specialist. Learn more.

(Janelle) Lovely Hoffman '03, MEd'04

(Janelle) Lovely Hoffman '03, MEd'04

Boston teacher Lovely Hoffman has developed a powerful self-worth curriculum for young black women, including a music video for her song "My Black Is Beautiful." Discover more

Tracey Wigfield '05

Tracey Wigfield '05

Emmy Award-winning producer, writer, and actress Tracey Wigfield received the Arts Council's 2017 Alumni Award at the 19th Arts Festival. Read more

 

 

 

 

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