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Sociology Professor Gustavo Morello, S.J., School of Theology and Ministry Jesuit students Sam Sawyer, Ryan Duns, Javier Montes and Mario Powell, Artist-in-Residence Robert VerEecke, S.J., and alumnus Robert Bowers ’82 H ‘02 were interviewed for a feature on the influence of Pope Francis’ first year by CNN | Joseph Professor of Catholic Systematic Theology Richard Gaillardetz discussed Francis' papacy with Reuters and Fox News Boston | Buenos Aires Herald
To many Americans viewing the upheaval in Kiev and Crimea, Vladimir Putin is plainly the villain, and the protesters who ousted his ally Viktor Yanukovych as Ukrainian president the obvious heroes. Yet the new ruling coalition includes some disturbing elements, writes former Soviet refusenik Lev Golinkin '04 in an op-ed for the Boston Globe
From service to Silicon Valley; from Barcelona to the beach: here's a glimpse of Spring Break 2014 through social media postings | On the service end, Appalachia Volunteers worked at multiple sites, while the Lynch School of Education made its annual pilgrimage to Holy Family School in Natchez, MS. Sampling of media attention: WBTW, SCNow (South Carolina); Herald-Dispatch, WBOY, WCHS (West Virginia); Natchez Democrat 1, 2
6 days. 140 students, faculty, staff and alumni. 32 campus locations. Watch BC's take on Pharrell Williams' Oscar-nominated song 'Happy'—which drew more than 100,000 views in 4 days.
From foster care to proud husband, father and force of change, one man's inspiring journey proves that determination can turn tragedy into triumph. Alumnus and workplace diversity expert Steve Pemberton '89, author of the memoir A Chance in the World, has been named a 2014 ICON Mann of Change by BET Networks.
Netflix has agreed to pay Comcast to deliver its streaming video in a deal that not only frees the popular video service from its recent Internet traffic jams, but also sets a precedent, according to Law School Assistant Professor Daniel Lyons, in an interview on Financial Exchange