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University Announces the Tuition Rate for 2015-2016

By Office of News & Public Affairs 

Published: Mar. 26, 2015

The Board of Trustees has set tuition for the 2015-2016 academic year at $48,540, as part of a 3.6 percent increase in tuition, fees, room and board, bringing the overall cost of attendance to $62,820. more »

BC Strong

By Office of News & Public Affairs 

Published: Mar. 26, 2015

The Boston College community will explore the effects of the Boston Marathon bombings through the personal accounts of three alumni during a panel discussion on April 14 at 7 p.m. in Robsham Theater.  more »

Toils of Winter

By Sean Smith 

Published: Mar. 26, 2015

As temperatures at long last soared into the 40s and occasional 50s and patches of green appeared on campus lawns, it was almost possible to forget the severe wintry weather that had assailed Boston College. Almost. more »

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Classroom Kitchen

Part-time faculty member Lynne Anderson (second from left teamed up with Dining Services as part of her Food and Culture Writing seminar. Read the full article. (Photo by Lee Pellegrini)

Last week, Boston College Admission sent decision emails out to the Class of 2019. The incoming class was warmly wlecomed on social media through the #BC2019 campaign. See more here on the #BC2019 website. (Produced by Sean Casey)

A Writer of 'Timely and Universal' Subjects

By Rosanne Pellegrini 

Published: Mar. 26, 2015

Acclaimed and award-winning Ethiopian-American writer Dinaw Mengestu, whose works chronicle the African diaspora in America, will visit Boston College on April 8. more »

Assignment Brings Students from the Classroom to the Kitchen

By Sean Hennessey 

Published: Mar. 26, 2015

Most classes taught at the University require time in a library or with study groups to achieve a passing grade, but one new course features an assignment that requires students to get their hands dirty – literally.  more »

On the Upswing

By Reid Oslin 

Published: Mar. 26, 2015

The high-level success of the Boston College women’s ice hockey program is mirroring a dramatic growth in this old winter sport – a surge in interest, participation and skill that has all of the speed and power of an Olympic slap shot. more »

Q&A: Jonathan Reuter

By Sean Hennessey 

Published: Mar. 26 2015

Last month, the White House released a report from its Council of Economic Advisors (CEA) that discussed how many investors receive conflicted advice when it comes time to roll over money from a 401(k) into IRAs. Some of the facts and findings cited in the report came from the research of Carroll School of Management Associate Professor of Finance Jonathan Reuter. more »

Snow Going

By Sean Smith 

Published: Mar. 20, 2015

With the arrival of equinoctial spring, the historic winter of 2015 at last seems truly over. But the postscript is still not quite finished. Call it the Great Snowmelt of 2015. more »