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Star-Studded Night for Scholarships

BC Announces Major Interdisciplinary Sciences Initiative

Boston College will establish a new center for multi disciplinary science research and instruction to open in 2021. Fostering research, education, and innovation in health, the environment, and energy, the Schiller Institute for Integrated Science and Society will bring a greater understanding to the complex global problems of the 21st century. Learn more.

Honoring Our Veterans

Honoring Our Veterans

Archbishop of Military Services USA Timothy P. Broglio '73 will preside on November 10 as BC honors community veterans at the 17th Annual Veterans Remembrance Mass and Ceremony. Discover more.

Gabelli Plaza Dedicated

The Return of #GivingTuesday

Eagles set a University record last year, raising an unprecedented $625,000 in a single day on #GivingTuesday. This Nov. 28, thanks to a group of generous donors, the challenge—and the opportunity—will be even greater. See more

Interdisciplinary Inquiry

How do democracies become authoritarian regimes? What can theater teach us about brain functions like memory and empathy? New Core courses push the interdisciplinary envelope. Explore more

Gabelli Plaza Dedicated

Gabelli Plaza Dedicated

Gabelli Presidential Scholars Program students joined Mario Gabelli in celebrating the dedication of Gabelli Plaza, named in gratitude for a gift from the Gabelli Foundation. See more

BC's New Leadership

BC's New Leadership

The University Board of Trustees elected Peter K. Markell '77, CFO of Partners HealthCare, as chairman, and welcomed five new members. Learn more

Nominate an Eagle for Others

Nominate an Eagle for Others

Once an Eagle, always for others. Do you know an Eagle whose volunteerism inspires you? Nominate them for a Distinguished Volunteer Award. Nominate here.

Star-Studded Night for Scholarships

Star-Studded Night for Scholarships

BC's beloved Pops on the Heights gala celebrated its 25th anniversary with an evening that included Chris O’Donnell '92, Jennifer Hudson, and John Williams. More than 7,000 guests gathered to mark the occasion, raising a record-setting amount for student scholarships. Explore more.

Alumni Volunteer Leaders Unite

More than 170 BC alumni volunteers returned to the Heights for the inaugural Eagles for Others Volunteer Leadership Forum to share ideas and strategies to keep all Eagles engaged with BC. See more

A Champion’s Challenge

A Champion's Challenge

Pete Frates' ('07) global juggernaut of fundraising and awareness for ALS is explored in The Ice Bucket Challenge: Pete Frates and the Fight Against ALS, co-authored by Dave Wedge '93 and Casey Sherman. Read more.

Alumni Profiles

Stefanie Martinez '93

Stefanie Martinez is now the first female Hispanic judge in the state of Nebraska. Read more

Dong Joo Lee '07

Navy JAG officer Dong Joo Lee has been named one of the "Best Lawyers Under 40" by the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association. See more

Mark DeNatale '94, Jeff Caulway '94, and Matt Pumo '94

Three Eagles cycled 3,000 miles in the "Race Across America," known as the world's toughest race. A film about their journey debuted at the Breckenridge Film Festival. Explore more

Jan Hasselman, JD'97

The lead counsel for the Standing Rock Sioux tribe in its fight against the Dakota Access pipeline, Jan Hasselman says the struggle "punctured the consciousness of the nation"—for good. Read more





Light the World Campaign