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Students on Linden Lane after winter storm Juno


Thank you to employees of Facilities Services, Dining Services, BC Police and Residential Life, and all who worked extra hours to ensure campus safety and essential services during Juno. BC Chronicle (Photo by Gary Wayne Gilbert) 

Snow pile and Gasson Hall



Heights of snow. (Photo by Jenna Corcoran '17)

Bernadette Meehan and BC students


Bernadette Meehan '97, spokeswoman and senior director for strategic communications at the National Security Council, hosted a Career Center event for BC students at the White House earlier this month.

BC Women's Hockey team


Congratulations to the No. 1-ranked Women's Hockey Eagles on extending their unbeaten streak to 24 games. BC hosts Princeton at Kelley Rink on Monday, January 26, at 1 p.m.  

LinkedIn Career Community graphic


Boston College students can now get advice directly from BC alumni on the social media platform LinkedIn. Learn more | Join

Six participants in the forum on issues of race in the US

'Race in the USA: Expectations, Concerns and Hopes in 2015,' a panel discussion sponsored by the Office of the Provost and Dean of Faculties and the Jesuit Institute, will take place on Wednesday, January 21, from 4:30-6 p.m. in Fulton 511. BC Chronicle

exterior of St. Mary's Hall


St. Mary's Hall begins the new semester renovated and refreshed. BC Chronicle

Hilda Alcindor, Donna Cullinan, Susan Gennaro

Hilda Alcindor, dean of nursing science at Haiti's Episcopal University (at right with Connell School Clinical Asst. Professor Donna Cullinan and Dean Susan Gennaro) recently spoke at CSON about how nurses can improve Haitian health care. CSON students, faculty and alumni run annual health clinics in Haiti; their most recent trip was earlier this month.

Anderson Cooper and Jonathan Laurence

CNN's Anderson Cooper chats with BC's Jonathan Laurence, who provided commentary for the network on the terror attacks in Paris. Read more in the news item below.

Eagle and Gasson tower



Best wishes for the new semester!

School of Theology and Ministry

The transformation of Boston's 'Little Rome' into BC's Brighton Campus is highlighted by the New York Times (At right, the School of Theology and Ministry. Photo by Gary Wayne Gilbert) 

Gasson Tower with sunset behind it



Best wishes for a happy and peaceful new year. (Photo by Caitlin Cunningham)

Christmas tree and Gasson Hall


Season's greetings and happy new year! Enjoy scenes of Christmas time at the Heights in this new video. (Photo at left by Caitlin Cunningham)

Christmas tree lighting ceremony



'Tis the season. (Photo by Caitlin Cunningham)

A dance rehearsal for


BC's annual production of 'Christmas Reflections' (at right in rehearsal) celebrates the season in story, music and dance at Robsham Theater on Dec. 19, 20 and 21.

Jesuits at Mass in St. Mary's Chapel


Members of BC's Jesuit community gathered in St. Mary's Chapel Friday evening for their first Mass following their return to residence in St. Mary's Hall last week. (Photo by Harvey Egan, S.J.)

the Xuanhua North Mosque in northwest Hebei province

Tour 47 of China's oldest historic mosques with Calderwood University Professors of Islamic and Asian Art Sheila Blair and Jonathan Bloom.

students learning about immigration

The Center for Human Rights and International Justice, now in its 10th year, is helping undergraduates to better understand the scope of immigration-related issues. BC Chronicle

Students and Jesuits at Campion Center


'A breath of fresh air' was how one resident described a recent visit by BC students to Campion Center in Weston for refreshments and good conversation with senior Jesuits. The trips are sponsored by BC's Ignatian Society for graduates of Jesuit high schools.


Bryce Pinkham with theater students


Tony nominee Bryce Pinkham '05 (center), star of 2014 'Best Musical' 'A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder,' struck a pose with students during a visit to theater classes. Watch him perform live at Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade (at 2:20).

rendering of exterior of new McMullen Museum

The McMullen Museum of Art, which has offered world-class exhibitions in Devlin Hall since 1993, will soon occupy a new space on Brighton Campus. BC ChronicleNew York Times, Boston Globe

Copy of Bacon's 'Governance of England'

Commitment to Craftsmanship, an exhibit of conservation bookbindings by Mark Esser, is on view at Burns Library through January 16. Learn more in this post by curator Barbara Adams Hebard. (Photo by Gary Wayne Gilbert)

Kim Hoy delivering library materials


BC's award-winning Supported Employment Program, which provides jobs for adults with developmental disabilities, is 'tremendous,' according to Facilities Services Manager Rich Hoy, whose daughter Kim (at right) works as a courier for the Social Work Library. BC Chronicle

Gasson tower framed by leaves

Best wishes for the Thanksgiving holiday. (Photo by Gary Wayne Gilbert)

Flutie pass celebration archival photo

Three decades later, it remains one of the most electrifying moments in college football history: Flutie to Phelan, November 23, 1984. This Wednesday, November 26, watch the in-depth special 'Hail Mary' on ComcastSportsNet. View the trailer | Channel finder

DirecTV CEO Mike White and BC students


Alumnus Michael White, chairman, president and CEO of DirecTV, with Carroll School of Management MBA students following his address at BC's Chief Executives Club of Boston last week. View his speech on NECN (Photo by Justin Knight)

Student designers of the 'Orgo Made Simple' website


Few course titles inspire as much dread as 'organic chemistry'—but a new website designed by BC undergraduates just may help students weather the 'orgo' journey. BC Chronicle

BC law student talking with Smarter in the City entrepreneur

BC Law School students like Jonathan Atwater, left, are assisting Boston-area minority entrepreneurs through Smarter in the City, the first high-tech startup accelerator in Roxbury. BC Chronicle

Urban Farmer's Market

Two square feet of space is all some Boston teens need to grow up to 40 plants-without any soil. Urban science education meets hydroponics in an initiative by Lynch School of Education Professor Michael Barnett and BC colleagues. NSF Discoveries

Prayer service in memory of the UCA Jesuit martyrs

Members of  the Boston College community mark the 25th anniversary of the UCA Jesuit slayings on November 16, 1989, with observances on campus, in El Salvador and in Washington, DC.