Connecticut, New York, and New Jersey
Sunday, Mar. 30, 11 a.m.
Egan Chapel, Fairfield University, 1073 North Benson Road, Fairfield, Conn.
Gather with fellow alumni, family members, and friends from Fairfield County to celebrate our annual spring Mass at Egan Chapel at Fairfield University. The Mass will be celebrated by BC’s own Charles H. Allen, S.J., ’65, MA/PhL’66, and will be followed by a reception downstairs in the McGrath room, where light refreshments will be served.
Egan Chapel is located beside the Barone Campus Center in the middle of the Fairfield University campus. Parking is located in the lot up the hill from Egan Chapel.
The Deans Series with Dean David Quigley
Wednesday, Apr. 9, 6:30–8:30 p.m.
Union League Club, 38 East 37th Street, New York, N.Y.
The Civil War was the defining moment of 19th-century Americans, transforming our political culture forever. Amid broader national currents of emancipation and modern warfare, New York City matured into the nation’s first metropolis between 1850 and 1875. This lecture will focus on the critical and contested links between city and nation in the era of the Civil War, highlighting local Democratic Party politics, the power and powerlessness of the Lincoln administration, and the evolving life of Manhattan's neighborhoods. Dress is business casual.
Saturday, Apr. 12, Time: TBD
Join your fellow Eagles in being “men and women for others” during Boston College’s Day of Service. In an effort to expand the reach of this beloved tradition, the Alumni Association is looking forward to the inclusion of our international alumni this year, and we hope to improve upon last year’s total of 30 participating chapters.
Thursday, Apr. 24
6:30 p.m. Reception; 7:30 p.m. Dinner
Waldorf Astoria New York
Honorees: Peter S. Lynch, H'95, P'01, and Carolyn A. Lynch, H'09, P'01
This year, the Wall Street Council will host its 26th Annual Tribute Dinner in support of the Presidential Scholars Program and will honor Peter and Carolyn Lynch, recipients of the President’s Medal for Excellence. This award, the highest bestowed by the council, recognizes individuals who have distinguished themselves through constant pursuit of excellence and whose outstanding personal and professional achievements exemplify the ideal proclaimed in Boston College’s motto, “Ever to Excel.”
Newton College New York Tea
Sunday, Apr. 27, 1–3 p.m.
Home of Susan Pollock Kintner, 8 Colby Road, Port Washington, N.Y.
The Newton College alumnae of New York, together with the Boston College Alumni Association, invite you to an afternoon tea. This event is complimentary and hosted by Susan Pollock Kintner NC’64.
For more information or to register, please call Fabia Denaro at 617-552-1528.