Campus & Community / Announcements

BC Forward

A resource on protocols, vaccination, and FAQs related to the 2021-22 academic year.

Science, Tech & Health / Technology

Assessing cyber-preparedness

New resource results from collaboration between infotech and data protection companies and Woods College cybersecurity program.

Science, Tech & Health / Nursing & Healthcare

In memory of Denise Testa

New manikins for the BC's Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist Program honor its co-founder.

Nation, World & Society / Social Work

'Portraits of Dementia'

An exhibit delves into the physical, emotional, community, and health care aspects of dementia.

Nation, World & Society / Sociology

National Climate Assessment

Environmental sociologist Andrew Jorgenson tapped for report on the state of climate change science.

Campus & Community / Students

A unique class for a unique time

For members of the Class of 2025, exploration of BC as their potential higher ed destination was entirely remote.

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BC Events / Commencement

Commencement for Class of 2020

Separated during senior year by the pandemic, the class was celebrated at the Heights this weekend.

Campus & Community / Students

A unique class for a unique time

For members of the Class of 2025, exploration of BC as their potential higher ed destination was entirely remote.

Campus & Community / Around Campus

Running for good

Meet 12 Eagles taking on this year’s Boston Marathon.

Nation, World & Society / International

Ricci Institute coming to Boston College

The internationally acclaimed institute for Chinese-Western cultural history, and its library, will open at BC in early 2022

Campus & Community / Announcements

BC among nation's leaders in Pell graduation rates

BC places fourth on the Chronicle of Higher Education list of private colleges and universities with the best six-year grad rates for Pell Grant students.

Campus & Community / Alumni

At the top of his field

Juan Lopera ’99 was a pioneer in diversity, equity, and inclusion. Now he’s leading diversity efforts across one of the state’s largest health systems.

Faith & Religion / Jesuit, Catholic

Reflections for the Ignatian Year

In a video series, Ignatian Colleagues Program participants from BC discuss how Ignatian charism influences their work.

Campus & Community / Around Campus

A second life

A local sculptor creates lasting artwork from an ailing oak tree.

Campus & Community / Announcements

Engineering a better world

Boston College welcomes an impressive inaugural class in human-centered engineering.

Campus & Community / Alumni

Fictional Eagles

BC “alumni” are central characters in an array of movies and TV shows.

Campus & Community / Students

A story to tell

Rising junior Kudzai Kapurura celebrates her bicultural identity through award-winning poetry and public speaking.

Campus & Community / Students

Keeping the faith

BC pitcher Samrath Singh is believed to be the first observant Sikh ever to play Division 1 baseball.

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Art & Culture / Fine Arts

Mariano at the McMullen

BC's McMullen Museum of Art presents the first major U.S. exhibition on Cuban modernist painter Mariano Rodríguez.

Campus & Community / Around Campus

A second life

A local sculptor creates lasting artwork from an ailing oak tree.

BC Events / Commencement

PHOTOS: A joyful day

Commencement 2021 provided a jubilant closing to a challenging year.

BC Events / Commencement

Prepare for the 'Great Unmasking'

Nationally noted columnist, commentator, and bestselling author David Brooks urges Class of 2021 to practice 'social closeness and social courage'

Campus & Community / Around Campus

Engagement, outdoors

BC departments and offices collaborate on ways for students to spend time outdoors in the company of others.

Nation, World & Society / Business & Management

#EaglesAtHome

Carroll School of Management students share photos of their remote learning spaces.

What's Happening

Also in the News

A Center for Retirement Research analysis estimates that the 5.9 percent cost of living adjustment to benefits in 2022 could deplete the combined Social Security trust fund reserves at an even faster clip if lawmakers don’t move to bolster its finances. The researchers comment: New York Times, Wall Street Journal

An essay on cultural intelligence and climate change by Associate Professor of the Practice of Philosophy David Storey, to be published in a forthcoming Routledge Handbook of Applied Climate Ethics, is excerpted in the Post-Progressive Post.

The first major U.S. exhibition on Cuban modernist painter Mariano Rodríguez, now on view at the McMullen Museum of Art, has been featured by a number of media outlets: WGBH Open Studio, WGBH Boston Public Radio, Art Daily, MetroWest Daily News, Artscope Magazine.

Woods College Associate Dean and M.S. in Applied Economics program director Aleksandar Tomic comments on supply-chain issues for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and on a new clean energy plan that rewards if utilities change their ways—and punishes if they don't—for Popular Science magazine.

A study by the Center for Retirement Research looks how much help older Americans will need and for how long. The findings are highlighted by the New York Times.

China's new Personal Information Protection Law imposes new rules for multinational companies in the region. Kevin Powers, director of the Woods College M.S. in Cybersecurity Policy and Governance program, comments for Bloomberg Law.

There's no such thing as the "perfect" Bible translation, but some might be better for Catholic readers than others. School of Theology and Ministry Professor Emeritus of Old Testament Richard Clifford, S.J., comments for America magazine.

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University Notices

Ever to Excel: Advancing Boston College's Mission
Read about The University’s 10-year strategic plan.