BCInfo Features Archive
July 31 is the Feast Day of St. Ignatius of Loyola. Masses will be celebrated at 8 a.m. and 12 noon in St. Mary's Chapel. After the noon Mass, light refreshments will be served in St. Mary's Hall Room 128.
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.
Best wishes for Independence Day
and the holiday weekend.
Roche Center for Catholic Education Executive Director Patricia Weitzel-O'Neill led a workshop at the center's annual conference for leaders from its Two-Way Immersion Network for Catholic Schools. Also at the conference were experts from the Lynch School of Education, School of Theology and Ministry and School of Social Work.
For a glimpse of student summer adventures, BC Campus Recreation's Summer Sojourn blog series begins this week.
A falcon in Eagle territory. (Photo by Gail Howe)
Carroll School of Management alumnus Chris O'Donnell now has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. He talked about work and family, and about balancing college with his early career, in an interview with Variety.
Boston College Law School has been highlighted as a national leader in networking and employment opportunities for graduates by a number of recent rankings. (Photo by Caitlin Cunningham)
The staircase that connects the plaza at O'Neill Library to Maloney Hall will be closed for scaffolding installation from Monday, June 22, through Friday, July 3. More information, including suggested alternate routes, is available in the University Notice column at far right.
Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank discussed the state of his company and its goal of helping athletes during his recent appearance at the Boston College Chief Executives Club. View his address on NECN
'If it wasn't for my Jesuit education at Boston College, this...would have never happened,' said Fr. Mina Kaddis of meeting Pope Francis earlier this month. The Coptic Orthodox priest, who graduated with a degree in theology in 2002, had traveled to the Vatican with his bishop.
Jesuits Willy Moka-Mubelo and Bao Nguyen, both graduate students at BC, enjoy a sunny day outside St. Mary's. (Photo by Harvey Egan, S.J.)
From global implications of climate change to issues of war, justice, health, ethics and more: explore the new, interdisciplinary team-taught core courses available to first-year students. Learn more about the courses.
Boston College will host Georgia Tech in Ireland at the Aer Lingus College Football Classic on September 3, 2016. The announcement was made June 4 at a press conference on campus and another in Dublin, attended by Taoiseach Enda Kenny (right). Video | View the press conferences
Boston College will host Georgia Tech in Ireland at the Aer Lingus College Football Classic on September 3, 2016. The announcement was made June 4 at a press conference in Dublin attended by Taoiseach Enda Kenny, and one at BC, featuring Director of Athletics Brad Bates, alumnus and Boston Mayor Marty Walsh and Football Head Coach Steve Addazio. View video
Co-founded by rising seniors Emilee Herringshaw and Christopher Kabacinski, The Medical Humanities Journal of Boston College offers short stories, personal essays, poetry, artwork and academic papers by BC students and alumni.
Meet this year's winners of prestigious Fulbright awards for post-graduate study abroad.
From finals exams to Senior Week to Commencement, a look back at the 'Last Two Weeks' of the year in the latest video by Sean Casey of News & Public Affairs.
The University conferred honorary degrees on five distinguished individuals, flanked in this photo by President William P. Leahy, S.J., on the left and at right by Cardinal Sean O'Malley, O.F.M. Cap., and BC Board of Trustees chair John F. Fish. Read the degree citation for each at this link. (Photo by Gary Wayne Gilbert)