Stokes Lawn was overflowing on Sept. 5 for the annual Boston College Student Involvement Day, as BC club and organization representatives gave their pitches to passersby. To see more visit the BC Flickr page.
David Quigley, who is in his first year as provost and dean of faculties at Boston College, recently discussed the state of academic affairs at the University. more »
The vibrancy and emotion of the opening of the academic year at the Heights is showcased in The First Two Weeks, new from Office of News and Public Affairs Video Producer Sean Casey.
Events and writings from The Church in the 21st Century this semester take a look at poverty and Christians’ response to the poor. Associate Professor of Theology Rev. Kenneth Himes, OFM, will present “The Poor: What Did Jesus Preach? What Does the Church Teach?” on Sept. 23 at 5:30 p.m. in Gasson 100. Fr. Himes is the guest editor for the fall issue of C21 Resources, for which he has authored the essay “The Complexity of Poverty.” more »
St. Columbkille Partnership School in Brighton has announced the addition of two new science labs, a new library/media center, four additional classrooms, a music room and art room, a cafeteria and administrative offices in 16,000 square feet of new space acquired as part of a 40-year lease agreement signed between the school and the Archdiocese of Boston. more »
Boston College’s popular Gaelic Roots Music, Song, Dance, Workshop and Lecture Series will have a new venue, the Cadigan Alumni Center on Brighton Campus, thanks to a recently established partnership between the Center for Irish Programs and University Libraries with the Alumni Association. more »
A glance at the fall schedule for the Lowell Humanities Series, which brings some of the world’s brightest literary lights to Boston College. All events take place in Gasson 100 at 7 p.m. and are free and open to the public. more »