Athletics & Recreation / Sports

New BC head football coach

Ohio State's Jeff Hafley joins the Eagles as the Gregory P. Barber '69 and Family Head Coach.

Campus & Community / Alumni

Funeral Mass for Pete Frates '07

The former BC baseball captain and ALS hero was laid to rest at St. Ignatius Church, December 13, 2019.

Campus & Community / Faculty

In Memoriam: Philip J. King

The retired professor of theology and renowned Old Testament scholar has died at age 94.

Campus & Community / Alumni

Statement from the Frates family

A statement from the Frates family on the death of Pete Frates '07.

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.

Nation, World & Society / Law & Politics

To give and give not

BC Law Professor Ray Madoff on how the new tax law is changing the world of charity.

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Campus & Community / Faculty

Core values

What happens when the teacher is also the provost? Undergraduates join BC's chief academic officer in exploring The Worlds 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 / Around Campus

'You will find yourself here'

Woods College enhances the continuing ed model with a unique focus on students’ personal, spiritual growth.

Campus & Community / Alumni

The rebuilder

Liz McCartney ’94—who helps restore communities after catastrophic storms—has an urgent message about disaster preparedness. Is anyone listening?

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.

Campus & Community / Students

Meet BC 2023

Accepted from a record number of applicants, the first-year class is the most talented and diverse in Boston College history.

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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.

Reflections for Advent

Read weekly reflections for the season provided by School of Theology and Ministry Dean Thomas Stegman, S.J.

Also in the News

Hailed as a clean 'transition' fuel, natural gas also is associated with health and environmental hazards and reduced social welfare at every stage of its life cycle, write Global Public Health and the Common Good Director and Professor of Biology Philip Landrigan and colleagues in the New England Journal of Medicine.

In 1919, John Maynard Keynes foresaw the chaos that would follow from the Versailles peace treaty, writes Professor of Political Science Jonathan Kirshner in an op-ed for the New York Times.

The Founding Fathers feared foreign influence--and devised protections against it. BC Law Founders Professor Mary Sarah Bilder is among experts commenting for History.com.

Has the GOP been forever changed by the Trump presidency? Professor of History Heather Cox Richardson joined a panel on WGBH 'Greater Boston.'

Libby Professor of Theology and Law Cathleen Kaveny writes about what culture warriors get wrong when they debate political and religious issues in an essay for Commonweal magazine.

Dueling senses of humor appreciation mark the divisions ripping America apart, writes Professor of English Paul Lewis, who weighs in on the use of ridicule in contemporary politics in a commentary for the Chicago Tribune.

An exhibition at Boston's ICA addresses the global migration crisis by asking: What is a home? And why do more than 60 million people lack one? Santiago Ramos of the Philosophy Department writes about it for Commonweal.

Murray and Monti Professor of Economics Peter Ireland, a member of the Shadow Open Market Committee, discusses why the Fed's 2019 'reversal' made sense, among other topics, in a podcast for The Bond Buyer.

 

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