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View photos from our annual Community Building Luncheon.

A photo of a group of high school PIC students

View photos from our annual PIC BBQ Luncheon.

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View photos from our 2012 Affiliates Closing ceremony.

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View photos from our community building luncheon, held November 7th, 2011 .

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The American Anthropological Association's understandingrace.com explores race from three perspectives.

C.A.R.E. Week 2014

Dear Boston College Student:

As we head into spring, I wanted to let you know about some of the many campus and community events throughout the month of April, including Asian Pacific American Heritage Week, C.A.R.E. Week, Black Family Weekend, and the Boston College Arts Festival. For your convenience, we’ve created a comprehensive roundup of events. I hope you will take advantage of Boston College’s numerous cultural, social, and spiritual opportunities.  I also want to direct you to our comprehensive sexual assault resources webpage, which has comprehensive information for survivors, including the booklet entitled You are Not Alone. www.bc.edu/sar.

On behalf of the Division of Student Affairs, I wish you an enjoyable and successful rest of the semester.

Sincerely,

Barb Jones, Ph.D.
Vice President for Student Affairs

 

 

Vet Night Out

Join the Office of Graduate Student Life and your fellow service members for appetizers at Patron's Mexican Kitchen and Watering Hole (138 Brighton Ave.- above Sunset Grill & Tap in Allston) on Wednesday, April 16th between 7:30-9:00pm.   It will be a relaxed evening of fellowship and fun to celebrate the closing of the spring semester.  Spouses, partners and significant others are also welcome!

Please email Amanda at maeharam@bc.edu by Monday, April 14th to RSVP.  We hope to see you there!

Mr. Michael W. Twitty "Dining on a Haunted Plate"

March 18th, 2014. 6PM. Walsh Function Room.

Michael W. Twitty presents "Dining on a Haunted Plate": Becoming a Black Chef in the 18th and 19th Centuries. This presentation demonstrates the history of the cuisine as an extension of the foodways of Africa in early America with emphasis on the cooking techniques, cultural transformation, and flavor principles unique to this translation of Western cuisine by early African American chefs.