Campus & Community / Alumni

He did it

January 17, 2017

Alumnus Sulaiman Sanni landed $500K for his tech startup 'WeDidIt,' which supports nonprofit crowd-funding.

Nation, World & Society / Law & Politics

Campaign to classroom

January 16, 2017

Former Maryland governor and presidential candidate Martin O'Malley teaches at BC Law School this semester.

Nation, World & Society / Law & Politics

After Obamacare

January 15, 2017

Can the GOP improve on the ACA? BC health economist Sam Richardson weighs in.

Nation, World & Society / Social Work

Connecting the dots

January 13, 2017

BC Social Work prof Margaret Lombe works to promote more socially and economically inclusive cities.

Nation, World & Society / International

Ambassadorial nominee

January 12, 2017

Burns Library benefactor and former BC trustee Brian P. Burns is nominated to be U.S. Ambassador to Ireland.

Nation, World & Society / Law & Politics

Lessons from covert ops

January 11, 2017

Political scientist Lindsey O'Rourke takes a historical view of the 2016 Russian hacking.

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Campus & Community / Alumni

He did it

January 17, 2017

Alumnus Sulaiman Sanni landed $500K for his tech startup 'WeDidIt,' which supports nonprofit crowd-funding.

Nation, World & Society / Law & Politics

Campaign to classroom

January 16, 2017

Former Maryland governor and presidential candidate Martin O'Malley teaches at BC Law School this semester.

Campus & Community / Alumni

Evening with Eric Nam

January 14, 2017

From international studies major to international entertainment star, this BC grad is a K-pop phenomenon.

Nation, World & Society / Social Work

Connecting the dots

January 13, 2017

BC Social Work prof Margaret Lombe works to promote more socially and economically inclusive cities.

Nation, World & Society / International

Ambassadorial nominee

January 12, 2017

Burns Library benefactor and former BC trustee Brian P. Burns is nominated to be U.S. Ambassador to Ireland.

Humanities / History

Before 'fake news'

January 11, 2017

False prophecy played a similar role in medieval times, writes BC's Eric Weiskott.

Humanities / History

Aleppo a war crime?

January 10, 2017

Associate Professor of History Devin Pendas weighs in on NECN's 'The Take.'

Campus & Community / Around Campus

'He's just Jack'

December 20, 2016

'He's become a part of the BC community.' A parent talks about what the Campus School means to her son.

Nation, World & Society / Business & Management

Shop talk

December 18, 2016

Economics prof Can Erbil discusses holiday shopping trends on WGBH 'Morning Edition.'

Science, Tech & Health / Earth, Environment & Sustainability

Research for change

December 12, 2016

BC's third annual Advancing Research and Scholarship Day focused on the environment and society.

Art & Culture / Dance

Dancing toward finals

November 30, 2016

A week of dance, from hip-hop and swing to Latin—and mannequin.

Nation, World & Society / Education

New TIMSS report

November 29, 2016

The latest results from the world's longest running, large scale global assessment of math and science education.

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Campus & Community / Alumni

Evening with Eric Nam

January 14, 2017

From international studies major to international entertainment star, this BC grad is a K-pop phenomenon.

Campus & Community / Around Campus

Visions of sugar plums

December 23, 2016

Tiny tots with their eyes all aglow tour the Boston College Bakery.

Science, Tech & Health / Earth, Environment & Sustainability

Research for change

December 12, 2016

BC's third annual Advancing Research and Scholarship Day focused on the environment and society.

BC Events / Celebrations

Let there be light

December 10, 2016

Scenes from this year's Christmas tree lighting festivities.

Science, Tech & Health / Earth, Environment & Sustainability

The clean lab

December 05, 2016

The new Center for Isotope Geochemistry will enable interdisciplinary study of earth processes across billions of years.

Campus & Community / Students

Student and CEO

November 28, 2016

Senior Angela Jin's merchandise company, 1950 Collective, is gaining traction in sales and media attention.

Also in the News

The state of retirement...
Center for Retirement Research Director Alicia Munnell discussed retirement in the U.S. with Bloomberg Radio (segment begins at 14:30.)

...and of 'unretirement'
Many Americans work during retirement, according to research by Professor of Economics Joseph Quinn—conducted with Ph.D. alumni Kevin Cahill and Michael Giandrea, and highlighted in a Dow Jones Marketwatch look at improvements to Norway's retirement system.

Cardinal named to Vatican office
Cardinal Seán P. O'Malley's has been appointed by Pope Francis to the Congregation for the Doctrine of Faith, the office that reviews sex abuse cases. School of Theology and Ministry Professor Thomas Groome comments in the Boston Globe.

Deporting criminal noncitizens
BC Law's Kari Hong writes on the president-elect's softened approach to immigration in an op-ed for the Washington Post.

Trial in meningitis deaths
The federal trial begins for a pharmacist charged in the deaths of patients injected with steroids from his lab. BC's Law Robert Bloom comments for USA Today.

MORE NEWS

BCPD main entrance closure

The main entrance to Boston College Police Headquarters at Maloney Hall will be closed for construction activities from through January. Visitors may access BCPD via the side entrance by the loading dock, per the routing map here.

University Notices

BC Children's Center lottery
The BC Children's Center is now accepting lottery applications for academic year 2017-2018. More information is available at the link above; click on 'Lottery for preschool openings.'

BC Employment resource
The Management/Applicant Tracking system MAJC is up and running. Find details at the link above.