BCInfo Features Archive
Boston College Police, in cooperation with Boston Police, will conduct the second of two emergency training sessions in Robsham Theater on Wednesday, March 4, from 5-11 p.m
KIPP DC: KEY Academy sixth-graders in the classroom of Lynch School of Education alumna Casey Fullerton McNabb '02 are already learning about their teacher’s alma mater.
Boston College Police, in cooperation with Boston Police, will conduct emergency training sessions in Robsham Theater on Saturday, February 28, and Wednesday, March 4.
This historic winter has posed stiff challenges for BC academic and non-academic operations. BC Chronicle
Members of the BC community gathered to honor Biblical studies scholar Richard J. Clifford, S.J., founding dean of the School of Theology and Ministry, who will transition to professor emeritus of Old Testament next academic year.
The Connell School of Nursing’s Global Summer University has added a new partner: Pontifical Catholic University of Chile in Santiago. BC Chronicle
Lent begins February 18. Campus Ministry has provided a schedule of BC liturgies. (Photo by Rev. Harvey Egan, S.J.)
Through artifacts of daily life, politics, technology and religion, 'Roman in the Provinces,' on view through May at the McMullen Museum of Art, examines interaction between imperial culture and local traditions throughout the eastern Mediterranean.
A blanket of white, sledding, snowball fights. For a change of pace, a (non-shoveling) glimpse of this winter of snowfall at the Heights in a new video by Sean Casey of the Office of News & Public Affairs.
A blanket of white, sledding, snowball fights. A (non-shoveling) glimpse of this winter of snowfall at the Heights in a new video by Sean Casey of the Office of News & Public Affairs.
BC's Pro-Life Club sent 30 students to the annual March for Life in Washington D.C. 'It was a great experience,' said president Katie Daniels '17, who added that a number of alumni at the march saw the banner and came over to greet the group.
Faculty and students at the School of Social Work visited the Arizona-Mexico border as part of an innovative course on immigration. BC Chronicle
In the 1890s, a Jewish cigarmaker and a widowed single mother took on some of the most prominent political controversies of their day. Burns Library presents A Common Cause: The Lives and Work of David Goldstein and Martha Moore Avery
A snow slide to Lower Campus. (Photo by Patrick Coleman, A&S Service Center)
This spate of storms brought more snow to Boston in seven days than in any stretch of that length in more than a century, according to the National Weather Service. (Photo by Liam Weir '18)
Thank you to employees of Facilities Services, Dining Services, BC Police and Residential Life, and all who work extra hours to ensure campus safety and essential services during winter storms. BC Chronicle (Photo by Gary Wayne Gilbert)
Heights of snow. (Photo by Jenna Corcoran '17)
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.
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.
'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
St. Mary's Hall begins the new semester renovated and refreshed. BC Chronicle
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.
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.
Best wishes for the new semester!
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)