Art & Culture / Theatre

New BC theater season

"Idawalley," an original play by Maggie Kearnan ’14, will launch the lineup January 26-29.

Humanities / Literature

Lowell Humanities Series begins

Seven distinguished individuals will address a broad range of topics this semester.

Nation, World & Society / Social Work

Global practice

BC social work students are currently at work in locations including the Philippines, Uganda, Cambodia, and Lebanon, as well as in the U.S.

Campus & Community / Alumni

Leadership transition for BC's Council for Women

As the Council for Women of Boston College enters its third decade, founding chair Kathleen McGillycuddy NC’71 will step down this spring.

Campus & Community / Faculty

In Memoriam: Gabor Kalman

The longtime distinguished research professor and leader in the field of plasma physics died in his native Hungary at age 92.

Nation, World & Society / Business & Management

Stock running low? Consumers want to know

New research from a Boston College professor finds online retailers benefit by announcing low product availability.

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Campus & Community / Around Campus

Inside BC Admissions

Insights on the selection process, and how students can make their application stand out.

Campus & Community / Students

'A lifelong dream coming true'

After coming to the U.S. to learn English, Brazil native Lidia Carvalho graduated from BC's Woods College as both award winner and Commencement speaker.

Campus & Community / Students

A semester at sea

Lavinia Clarke '23 spent five weeks miles from civilization, and returned more connected than ever.

Campus & Community / Alumni

Positive trend continues for recent Boston College graduates

Survey results show 96 percent of Class of 2021 alumni are employed, in graduate school, or engaged in a fellowship or meaningful volunteer experience.

Science, Tech & Health / Technology

FBI Director keynotes cyber security conference

Christopher Wray outlined global threats and deterrence efforts at the sixth annual event organized by Boston College and the FBI.

BC Events / Commencement

A call to save democracy

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis urged the Boston College Class of 2022 to uphold and strengthen the promise of a free, peaceful, and just world.

Campus & Community / Alumni

Positive trend continues for recent Boston College graduates

Survey results show 96 percent of Class of 2021 alumni are employed, in graduate school, or engaged in a fellowship or meaningful volunteer experience.

BC Events / Commencement

A call to save democracy

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis urged the Boston College Class of 2022 to uphold and strengthen the promise of a free, peaceful, and just world.

Nation, World & Society / Education

BC Lynch School students fare well in global longevity design challenge

The team's residential mold spore detector takes third place in an international competition focused on solving problems people face as they age.

Campus & Community / Students

Fiddler on the Heights

Meet sophomore Andrew Caden, one of the best young Irish fiddlers in the world.

Campus & Community / Around Campus

Miles to go for the Campus School

Meet three members of the BC community who will run this year's Boston Marathon in support of the school.

Campus & Community / Students

BC experiences record year in undergraduate admission

University admits the most highly qualified, diverse class in school history.

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BC Events / Commencement

A call to save democracy

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis urged the Boston College Class of 2022 to uphold and strengthen the promise of a free, peaceful, and just world.

Campus & Community / Students

Boston College 'Seniors to Remember'

Six members of the Class of 2022 reflect on their BC experience.

BC Events / Commencement

Portfolio: BC Commencement 2022

Check out a gallery of Commencement day photos on BC Facebook.

Campus & Community / Announcements

245 Beacon Street opens

$150-million facility is home to the Schiller Institute for Integrated Science and Society and a focal point of BC's $300 million initiative in the sciences.

Art & Culture / Fine Arts

Fidelity's Peter Lynch '65 donates more than $20 million in art to BC

The collection gifted to the McMullen Museum includes renowned works from Picasso, Homer, Sargent, Cassatt, and Heade, among others.

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.

Also in the News

Research by Associate Professor of Political Science David Hopkins on the urban-rural partisan divide in U.S. politics is highlighted in the New York Times.

"The Linguist," a poem by Professor of Russian, English, and Jewish Studies Maxim D. Shrayer written in tribute to Professor Emeritus of Linguistics M.J. Connolly, is one of two of his works featured by the Society of Classical Poets. | Shrayer reflects on the "Tel Aviv syndrome" in an essay for Jewish Journal.

Millions of Americans are quitting their jobs each month, even in the face of high inflation. Retired Carroll School Professor of Business Law Christine O'Brien weighs in on contributing factors and the potential economic impact: WalletHub Q&A.

The Taliban has suspended the rights of Afghan women to pursue higher education, prompting U.S. universities to seek ways to help them. A free online course for Afghan female students, launched last fall by Lynch School Professor Emerita Maria Estela Brisk, is highlighted by Inside Higher Ed.

Workforce cuts are occurring across the nation, with Google, Microsoft, Salesforce, and Boston-based Wayfair and others all making announcements. Murray and Monti Professor of Economics Peter Ireland comments: CBS Boston.

A new report by BC Law School’s Civil Rights Clinic and the Brazilian Worker Center focuses on the efficacy of the Massachusetts Domestic Workers Bill of Rights. BC Law Magazine >> | The findings are featured by WBUR News and WGBH News.
 

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