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New Eagles Take Flight

New Eagles Take Flight

First Year Academic Convocation kicks off the fall semester with festive ritual and intellectual inspiration on Sept. 7. The Class of 2021 will begin their journey to "Go set the world aflame" with a torch-lit "First Flight" procession from Linden Lane to Conte Forum, where they'll hear from author Lev Golinkin ’04. Read more

Summer Reading

Summer Reading

Join the Class of 2021 by reading Lev Golinkin's memoir A Backpack, a Bear, and Eight Crates of Vodka, recalling his family's emigration from Ukraine in 1989 after years of anti-Semitism under Communist regime. Learn more

BC Partners with Allston-Brighton

BC Partners with Allston-Brighton

BC's Allston-Brighton Neighborhood Improvement Fund recently announced grants for projects including a playground at the Jackson-Mann Community School, summer teen development programs, and an adaptive sports program for children with disabilities. Discover more

A Constructive Season

Several major projects are in progress at the Heights—including the new recreation center, field house, and sports fields, as well as Devlin Hall renovations—are keeping the heavy equipment moving this summer. Explore more

Fond Farewell to Shea Field

Fond Farewell to Shea Field

As construction crews prepare new baseball, softball, and recreation fields on the Brighton Campus, Boston College said goodbye to one of its oldest athletic venues. Read more

20 Things to Know for Your First Year at BC, as Told by Boston College Alumni

Alumni share their best advice for becoming acclimated to life at Boston College. Read more

The A to Z Guide to Boston College

Whether you're visiting campus for the first time or returning to the Heights after many years, here are 26 things to know about Boston College. Read more

Commencement Joy not Dampened

Stay Connected

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

Alumni Profiles

Michaela Murphy Hoag '86, P'14

BC Trustee Mikey Hoag (right), photographed with Maria Carillo, PhD, the chief science officer of the Alzheimer's Association, was awarded the Jerome H. Stone Philanthropy Award for Alzheimer's Research. Learn more.

DuJuan Daniels '02, MA'04

DuJuan Daniels was a changemaker on the field for the Eagles, and for more than a decade he’s been helping the New England Patriots build their Superbowl powerhouse teams as a scout. Discover more.

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.

 

 

 

 

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