BCInfo Features Archive
John La Farge and the Recovery of the Sacred, an exclusive exhibition of more than 85 paintings, stained glass windows, and works on paper by one of America’s most complex artists, opens September 1 at the McMullen Museum of Art. BC News
Clad in Superfan shirts, the Class of 2019 gathered in Alumni Stadium Saturday for their first-year portrait. The final version of the photo, taken with a Gigapan camera, will be interactive. (Gary Wayne Gilbert)
Welcome back to all returning students; best wishes for the new academic year!
'Unhemmed As It Is Uneven,' a Burns library exhibit now on view, focuses on James Joyce’s Dubliners. (Photo by Gary Wayne Gilbert)
With a visual shout-out to her classmates, Erin Fitzpatrick '17 gets a jump—literally—on her fall semester study abroad experience with a skydive at Byron Bay, Australia.
Join the Eagles as they get prepped for the 2015 season on BC Fan Day—a free event Friday, August 21, from 4:30-7 p.m. at Alumni Stadium. Fun family activites, a chance to meet the team, prizes and more! Details
BC Law student Rodline Louijeune ’17, who was part of a delegation to the Dominican Republic-Haiti border earlier this summer, provides a first-hand account of the ongoing refugee crisis.
This model of Gasson Hall, a gift to University Advancement Senior VP Jim Husson, was 3D-printed in the lab of Ferris Professor of Physics Mike Naughton, using detailed coordinate data from Tom Foo '16. (Photo by Kristen McKay)
Eagles rock: Graduate assistants Patrick Kane '13, Alissa Kotowski '14, Kellie Corwin '15 and rising seniors Brendan Hayward, Mae Cahill and Catherine Goldberg in Cardwell, Montana, following a six-week geology field camp.
A look at the new residence hall under construction at 2150 Commonwealth Avenue, formerly the site of More Hall.
Still time to see 'Northern Sky,' an exhibit of collages by Fine Arts faculty member Stoney Connelly on view at O'Neill Library through August.
Members of the 45-student cohort that completed the Carroll School of Management's intensive 10-week Summer Management Catalyst Program posed for a graduation photo last week with program faculty Tom Wesner, Sarah Cabral, Amy Donegan and Billy Soo.
U.S. Ambassador to the Holy See Ken Hackett with fellow alumnus Boston Mayor Marty Walsh at the recent Vatican conference on climate change and economic disparities.
A Reservoir sunset captured by Nick Rossi '16.
In honor of the Feast Day of St. Ignatius of Loyola, explore the life of the Society of Jesus founder at the site of the Jesuit Curia in Rome.
Philip Cate Huckins '84, M.A.T. '85, Ph.D. '95 snapped this photo of Gasson Hall's statue of Michael the Archangel overcoming Lucifer. Dr. Huckins is a professor and former director of veterans services at New England College.
BC-Ireland bid farewell to its Summer 2015 crop of student interns this week.
Guide-dog-in-training Wrangler, the NBC 'Today Show Puppy with a Purpose,' did some socializing on campus with Guiding Eyes for the Blind staffer and volunteer puppy raiser Saxon Eastman '13. Read her post about the visit.
Summer in full bloom at the St. Mary's Hall garden. (Photo by Gary Wayne Gilbert)
Members of the Class of 2019 visit BC throughout the summer for First Year Experience orientation sessions. Learn more about the incoming class in the latest Boston College Chronicle.
Students participating in a Theology Department summer program in Rome with Msgr. Liam Bergin (left) discussed the nature and purpose of ecumenical dialogue with Rev. Anthony Currer (center) of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity.
The Boston College Symphonic Band, made up of BC students, alumni and community members, will return to the Hatch Shell on the Charles River Esplanade for a free concert on Thursday, July 16, at 7:30 p.m.
Law School student Taisha Sturdivant has faced poverty, danger, and near-homelessness, but she’s defied the odds. And she’s winning.
It was a sparkling Fourth of July for a group of 2009 alumni. (Photo by Vicky Yu '09)
School of Social Work alumna Kelsey Komich talks about her global field education placement at an NGO in Guatemala City—an experience she says taught her to 'stay curious every day.'
U.S. Ambassador to the Holy See Ken Hackett '68, H'06 met last week with a group of BC students in a summer program focused on Catholicism and culture in Rome.
U.S. Ambassador to the Holy See Ken Hackett '68, H'06 met last week with BC students in a summer program on Catholicism and culture in Rome.