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Carroll School of Management rising senior Thinh Nguyen of Dorchester, Mass. is the 2014 Benigno and Corazon Aquino Scholarship award winner. Boston College Chronicle

An innocence project

Two students in the BC Law School Innocence Program played a key role in the exoneration of a man who had served 32 years in prison following arson and murder convictions stemming from a 1982 fire in Lowell, Mass.

Music and faith

Music scholars from nine countries convene at Boston College July 14-16 for 'Listening to Early Modern Catholicism: New Perspectives from Musicology,' a conference that will demonstrate the unique insights that can be gained about Early Modern Catholicism from the study of music and sound. 

Digital view of Colonial appeals

BC Law School Professor Emerita Sharon Hamby O’Connor and Professor and Lee Distinguished Scholar Mary Sarah Bilder have created a digital catalogue of appeals to the British Privy Council from the American Colonies.

Encouraging vocations

A new report from BC's division of University Mission and Ministry examines what variables promote vocations to the Catholic priesthood and calls for a more interconnected approach from dioceses, parishes, and colleges to foster such vocations. BC News Release | U.S Catholic, America Magazine, Patheos

Advance in THz imaging

An engineered metamaterial supports a faster, cheaper and higher fidelity technique to capture images using Terahertz light waves, according to a team of researchers including Physics Professor Willie Padilla, a lead author of the report in the journal Nature Photonics. BC News Release

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A Boston College expert in US-China relations is available to comment on Secretary of State John Kerry's visit to China.

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A Boston College expert on immigration is available to comment on the growing crisis of unattended children crossing the US border in the south. 

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Boston College legal experts are available to comment on the Supreme Court ruling in the Hobby Lobby case.

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Boston College papal experts are available to offer commentary on the papacy of Pope Francis.

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