Faith & Religion / Jesuit, Catholic

Easter Triduum

A schedule of services for the Paschal Triduum from Boston College Campus Ministry.

Science, Tech & Health / Physics

A colossal photocurrent

A discovery delivers the largest intrinsic conversion of light to electricity of any material, BC scientists report.

Campus & Community / Around Campus

The refugee experience

Center for Human Rights and International Justice event brings plight of refugees into plain view.

Science, Tech & Health / Earth, Environment & Sustainability

The space environment

The U.S. Air Force selects BC's Institute for Scientific Research for a 5-year, $10.6-million ionospheric study.

Campus & Community / Around Campus

Marathon man

This will be the 21st running of the Boston Marathon, and 54th marathon overall, for new BCPD Chief Bill Evans.

Campus & Community / Faculty

Team player

For one BC faculty member, the Boston Marathon is synonymous with helping the Martin Richard Foundation.

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Campus & Community / Students

A celebration of scholarship

The Woods College of Advancing Studies hosts its inaugural undergraduate research conference.

Campus & Community / Alumni

In Boston, six Eagles reporting live

Morrissey College alumnae are using their liberal arts degrees to keep the public informed.

Science, Tech & Health / Biology & Genetics

Beckman Scholars

BC sophomores Kaitlin Malley and Patrick McGeoghegan win premier undergraduate fellowships in the sciences.

Campus & Community / Alumni


Meet engineer Lynn Capadona '99, NASA chief of science and space technology systems.

Campus & Community / Alumni

Happy returns

Innovation after innovation, James Reinhart '01 is reinventing the clothing industry.

Campus & Community / Announcements

Aid for 'Eagles in Crisis'

A fund supported by Class of 1981 alumni to provide emergency aid for current students tops $240,000 in two years.

Art & Culture / Fine Arts

The return of the eagle

VIDEO: A masterpiece is restored to the Heights.

Campus & Community / Around Campus

'The Moment'

VIDEO: Congratulations, Boston College Class of 2023! What will be your moment?

Campus & Community / Honors & Awards

Awards of excellence

BC's Harry Potter-themed 'Special Delivery' video and 'Minds Behind Mindhunter' event win gold honors from CASE.

Campus & Community / Around Campus

Three steady voices

The return to action of the bells of Newton Campus.

Athletics & Recreation / Sports

Mandarin Minute

A student-produced YouTube series brings BC hoops to China.

Campus & Community / Students

Learning to lead

Video: Meet Connell School of Nursing senior Caitlin Keenan, Army ROTC.

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Campus & Community / Alumni

In Boston, six Eagles reporting live

Morrissey College alumnae are using their liberal arts degrees to keep the public informed.

Campus & Community / Around Campus

Boards of education

A wall-to-wall tour of the first drafts of scholarship.

Athletics & Recreation / Sports

Practice squad

Meet the undergraduate men of BC women's basketball.

Campus & Community / Around Campus

Night life

Scenes from the campus that never sleeps.

Art & Culture / Fine Arts


Exhibition of Japanese art celebrates and contextualizes BC’s iconic 'golden eagle.' Also on view: 'Cuenca: City of Spanish Abstraction.'

BC Events

Let there be light

Festivities surround the lighting of the Boston College Christmas tree.

Questions about Commencement?

University Commencement for the Class of 2019 is May 20. Find everything you need to know—and download the app to stay updated—on the Commencement 2019 website.

Also in the News

The CDC reports more than 500 confirmed cases of measles in 20 states. Connell School of Nursing Assistant Professor Nadia Abuelezam discussed the outbreak on NECN 'The Take.'

Eight centuries of priceless history were consumed as fire engulfed Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. School of Theology and Ministry Professor Thomas Groome was interviewed by NECNMorrissey College of Arts and Sciences Associate Professor of History Julian Bourg by CBS News Boston.

Pope Benedict XVI, who expressed his intent to 'remain hidden' following his abdication of the papacy in 2013, issued a letter on the clergy sexual abuse crisis. Joseph Professor of Catholic Systematic Theology Richard Gailardetz commented in National Catholic Reporter.

Professor of Biology Philip Landrigan comments on the stymying of the EPA's chemical carcinogenicity and toxicity assessments: The Lancet.

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