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Alumni Connections

March 2017

Sight Follows Sound

New Carroll School of Management research into how sounds direct the eye to specific colors could help marketers guide consumer attention. Learn more.

Cracking the Glass Ceiling

Cracking the Glass Ceiling

Juniors Akosua Achampong and Tt King made history when they won the recent Undergraduate Government of Boston College election: Achampong is the first female African American UGBC president, and they are its first female leadership team. Read on.


Appalachia Volunteers of Boston College

Through Appalachia Volunteers of BC, fondly known as Appa, students serve marginalized communities over spring break, living the program’s motto of "Love, Learn, Serve." See photos and video from this year’s adventures. Explore.

Mentoring Matchups


Alumni2Alumni, a new program launched by the BC Alumni Association, pairs recent BC grads with alumni mentors experienced in their fields and ready to provide personalized career guidance. Discover more.

Our Lenten Tradition

New Home for Student-Athletes

BC is starting construction this spring on a new field house that will serve as an indoor training space for student-athletes, keeping our Eagles competitive in the ACC and strengthening our recruiting efforts. Learn more.

Jeffrey R. Immelt

Eagles For Others Everywhere

BC's Global Days of Service are here! Unite with the BC community and volunteer with local alumni or serve on your own this spring. Register now

Soaring Eagles

Sulaiman Sanni

Michael Amoruso '91, JD'94

Attorney Michael Amoruso, who is legally blind and was born with bilateral hearing loss, was one of the driving forces behind the Special Needs Trust Fairness Act. Learn more.

Sulaiman Sanni

Erin O'Reilly '01

Actor Erin O'Reilly recently shared screen time with Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (and all five of his Super Bowl rings). Read more.

Something Worth Sharing

Boston Globe Reviews McMullen Exhibition 

To see all available benefits and discounts for alumni and friends, click here.

Light the World Campaign