Campus & Community / Students

Prayers requested for Ariel Cox '22

A letter from Boston College Vice President for Student Affairs Joy Moore.

Athletics & Recreation / Department News

BC Athletics signs multimedia rights agreement

Learfield IMG College will become the Eagles' exclusive multimedia rights holder.

Campus & Community / Announcements

BC employees to receive Total Compensation Statement

The personalized document detailing salary and benefits demonstrates the University's investment in its workforce and their families.

Nation, World & Society / Business & Management

The 'impostor syndrome'

Luxury consumption can be a double-edge sword, a Carroll School researcher reports.

Campus & Community / Honors & Awards

Trio of honors for BC venues

The Connors Center and 2101 Commonwealth Avenue win coveted industry awards for excellence in hosting weddings, meetings, and conferences

Nation, World & Society / International

Justice in global public health

Jesuit physician and ethicist Andrea Vicini makes the case for fighting climate change and environmental pollution.

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Campus & Community / Honors & Awards

Trio of honors for BC venues

The Connors Center and 2101 Commonwealth Avenue win coveted industry awards for excellence in hosting weddings, meetings, and conferences

Campus & Community / Students

Nothing common about BC's Common Tones

This campus a cappella group focuses on singing⁠—and giving back.

Campus & Community / Faculty

Core values

What happens when the teacher is also the provost? Undergraduates join BC's chief academic officer in a core exploration of 'Moby-Dick.'

Campus & Community / Alumni

In Memoriam: Pete Frates '07

The former BC Baseball captain and champion of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge dies at age 34.

Campus & Community / Around Campus

Be 'lighthouses' for others

Alumnus, diversity champion, and author Steve Pemberton speaks on fortitude, faith, and the power of small kindnesses.

Campus & Community / Alumni

Power play

How a courageous group of future nurses and teachers came together to found BC women's hockey.

Campus & Community / Students

Nothing common about BC's Common Tones

This campus a cappella group focuses on singing⁠—and giving back.

Campus & Community / Around Campus

Recognizing Latino leadership

Three from BC make this year's El Mundo Boston list of young influencers making a positive impact.

Campus & Community / Around Campus

PULSE turns 50

After a half-century, Boston College’s signature service learning program is more popular than ever.

Art & Culture / Theatre

‘Noises Off' set steals the show

Robsham’s fall finale features a massive three-piece rotating set and plenty of physical comedy.

Campus & Community / Around Campus

Banding together

A century of music, spirit, and camaraderie for Boston College Bands.

Campus & Community / Around Campus

BC students, Dining Services partner for St. Francis House

1050 lbs. of food were donated to Boston's largest day shelter through a student-organized point drive.

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Campus & Community / Alumni

In Memoriam: Pete Frates '07

The former BC Baseball captain and champion of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge dies at age 34.

BC Events

Pops on the Heights raises $12.3M

BC's largest fundraising event for financial aid featured the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra and special guest Leslie Odom Jr.

Art & Culture / Fine Arts

New at the McMullen

Four innovative, exclusive exhibitions at BC's McMullen Museum of Art this fall.

Campus & Community / Around Campus

Long exposure

Director of photography Gary Wayne Gilbert reflects on three decades behind the lens for Boston College.

Campus & Community / Around Campus

Game Over at the Plex

Goodbye to the rec center we loved to hate to love.

BC Events / Commencement

Portfolio: Commencement 2019

Scenes from the University's 143rd Commencement Exercises.

Ever to Excel Awards

Nominate an outstanding member of the BC community for an Ever to Excel Award, presented annually by the Office of Student Involvement. Nominations accepted through Friday, February 14.

Also in the News

Three members of the Class of 2012 are on the Forbes 2020 list of "young, creative, and bold minds" who are "changing the course--and the face--of business and society": Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences alumnus Bryan Patenaude, a healthcare economist and Johns Hopkins faculty member specializing in examining the most effective interventions for disease, and Ivan Alo and LaDante McMillon of the Carroll School and Morrissey College, respectively, who are co-founders of New Age Capital, a seed stage venture fund investing in tech startups founded and led by Black and Latino entrepreneurs.

The SECURE Act aims to help Americans without workplace retirement plans. Carroll School Drucker Professor Alicia Munnell, director of the Center for Retirement Research, weighs in for NPR. | Her comments on U.S. workers delaying retirement are cited by the Wall Street Journal and Forbes.

Companies must recognize and embrace transformative powers of artificial intelligence, Carroll School Professor of Information Systems Sam Ransbotham contends in a Sloan Management Review podcast.

Monan Professor of Theology Lisa Sowle Cahill is among leading Catholic ethicists and moral theologians asked for commentary following the assassination of Iranian General Qassem Soleimani, and the subsequent escalation of tensions between the two countries. National Catholic Reporter

School of Theology and Ministry Associate Professor Hosffman Ospino writes about an Austin, Texas, organization that helps economically disadvantaged, and mostly Hispanic, children to attend Catholic schools in a column distributed nationally by Catholic News Service.

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