Kathimerini: Greece's International English Language Newspaper
Posted 1-23-06 by Brad Hayes

Undergraduate Government of Boston College
Posted 11-03-05 by Brad Hayes

If you are interested in learning about Filipino and Filipino American culture, like to dance or stick fight, or simply want to join a friendly group of people here at BC, then our club is for you. We extend membership to all BC students of race, gender or sexual orientation; our "PAMILYA" is open to anyone who is interested in learning about Filipino culture.
Posted 11-03-05 by Brad Hayes

One of SASA's primary goals is to educate the BC community regarding issues pertinent to the South Asian American community. In our efforts to increase this awareness, many of our activities areco-sponsored with the Asian Caucus (AC), the Undergraduate Government of Boston College (UGBC) and various other organizations on campuses. In doing so, we can reach the widest possible audience and work to unite the campus by alleviating the ignorance that many BC students may have (including ourselves) about South Asian culture.
Posted 11-03-05 by Brad Hayes

Hellenic College is a Christian Orthodox institution of higher learning. The College educates students in Classics/Greek Studies and in specialized professional fields, with constant teaching of Orthodox Christianity.
Posted 10-31-05 by Brad Hayes

Founded in 1863, Boston College is a coeducational university with an enrollment of 9,000 undergraduates and 4,700 graduate and professional students representing every state and more than 99 countries. US News and World Report ranks Boston College 37th among national universities. Boston College confers more than 3,800 degrees in more than 50 fields of study through 11 schools and colleges. Its more than 600 full-time faculty members are committed to both teaching and research and have set new marks for research grants in each of the last ten years. The University is in the process of adding new faculty positions, expanding research, increasing student financial aid, and widening opportunities in key undergraduate programs. Its commitment to its Jesuit and Catholic heritage has recently been manifest in the widely praised Church in the 21st Century Center.
Posted 10-20-05 by Brad Hayes