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Alumni Stories

Reliving Reunion Weekend

Campus was buzzing with activity when Reunion Weekend 2016 united BC classes ending in 1 and 6. The June event broke attendance records and strengthened bonds. See more.


BC Arrivals

The University is pleased to announce that both the Lynch School of Education and the School of Social Work will welcome new deans this month. Learn more.


Pregame Events in Dublin

Will you be in Dublin to cheer on BC? Join fellow Eagles for the Aer Lingus College Football Classic and other exciting events leading to the game. Explore more.


Searching for Words

BC's "literary archaeologists" uncover forgotten poems from Boston's early years as part of a collaborative research project. Learn more.


Remember Your BC "Beginning"

Take a two-minute journey through the BC experience in this new video. Watch it.


Sweet Contributions

The BC Baking Club and Dining Services teamed up to raise money for breast cancer research with the University's first cupcake fundraiser. See more.

Five Eagles Have Landed

BC employee Fred Vautour will soon celebrate his fifth child's graduation from the University. Read more.

Bring Home the Heights

This impressive look at Boston College through images and essays is the perfect gift for new graduates and alumni. Discover more.

Art on the Move

Going for Goldwater

Two Boston College students have won 2016 Barry M. Goldwater Scholarships, considered the nation's premier undergraduate award in the sciences. Learn more.

Art on the Move

A Global Presence

Eight BC professors traveled to Turkey last summer for an inaugural faculty seminar exploring the country and connecting with its leading university. Read on.

Alumni Profiles

Patricia Noonan

Ed Achorn '79

Edward Achorn—VP and editorial pages editor of the Providence Journal—recently received a 2016 Yankee Quill award from the Academy of New England Journalists. Read more.

Patricia Noonan

Eric Nam '11

Korean pop star Eric Nam—singer, television host, and actor—is poised for crossover success in the American entertainment market. Discover more.

Patricia Noonan

Juliette Fay '74

The Tumbling Turner Sisters, author Juliette Fay's latest novel, follows four women trying to make it as an acrobatic act in vaudeville—and is inspired by Fay's own family. Read more.

Patricia Noonan

Joe McConaughy '14

A new film documents Joe McConaughy's record-setting run of the 2,663-mile Pacific Crest Trail, which raised funds for Cancer Care in honor of Joe's 2-year-old cousin. Discover more.





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