Skip to main content

Secondary navigation:

Office of News & Public Affairs
file

The Read Aloud Program recently marked 20 years of sending Boston College faculty and staff into classrooms to share the wonders of books with students in Boston schools. Boston College Chronicle

Alumni Stadium wins security award

Alumni Stadium received the Facility Safety and Security Award at the National Sports Safety and Security Conference and Exhibition held earlier this month in Indianapolis. Director of Public Safety and Chief of Police John King accepted the award on behalf of the University. BC Chronicle

'Top women of law' honoree

Law Professor Ray Madoff has been named to Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly's 'Top Women of Law' list, which celebrates 'outstanding achievements made by exceptional women' who are deemed to be 'pioneers, educators, trailblazers and role models.' Eight Law School alumnae also were named to the list. BC News Release

Gilman Scholars

Four Boston College rising juniors will participate in study-abroad programs this fall—traveling to Ecuador, the United Kingdom, Italy, and Austria—through prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships. BC Chronicle

BC NOURISH takes gold

BC's NOURISH campaign, a 2013-14 effort of BC Dining Services and the Office of Health Promotion, has won a National Association of College & University Food Services gold award for Most Innovative Wellness and Nutrition Program.

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.

BC Info

Visit BC Info for media coverage of Boston College and other campus news.

A Boston College expert in international foreign policy is available to comment on the fighting in the Middle East.

Middle East Expert

 

 

 

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

Immigration Expert

 

 

 

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

Legal Experts

 

 

 

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

Papal Experts

 

 

 

TOPICAL SOURCE TIPS

Boston College faculty members are available to offer commentary and perspective on the following topics in the news:

The Economy

Politics and the Presidency

Casinos and Gambling

Aging Workforce & Retirement Issues

The Catholic Church

Journalists are invited to search our comprehensive faculty guide by expert name or subject area to connect with a faculty member who can address your topic.

BC Bookmarks

file

Find news about BC authors and campus appearances by renowned writers at our blog, BC Bookmarks.

Chronicle

The Boston College Chronicle, a newspaper published by the Office of News & Public Affairs, is available in print and online.

BC Tour

You can reach the mobile web application by going to tour.bc.edu on your web browser on any internet-enabled mobile device.


iphone app