Campus & Community / Around Campus

Schiller Institute info session

April 21, 2018

Faculty and staff can learn about BC's innovative Schiller Institute for Integrated Science and Society on April 23.

Campus & Community / Students

TedxBostonCollege

April 20, 2018

In revealing what he hid, Carroll School of Management freshman Kofi Nimo won the student speaker slot.

Art & Culture / Fine Arts

Gift of Coptic textiles

April 19, 2018

The McMullen Museum has acquired an important private collection and extensive related library from Donald and Barbara Tellalian of Newton.

Campus & Community / Honors & Awards

Scholar-athletes honored

April 18, 2018

Two seniors receive ACC postgrad scholarships for distinction in classroom, sports, and community.

Humanities / Literature

Undergrad poetry festival

April 17, 2018

A celebration of student poets from some 20 Boston-area colleges and universities, including Walker Halstad '18.

Campus & Community / Faculty

'The Dating Project'

April 17, 2018

BC's Kerry Cronin talks to the Washington Post about the new film based on her popular philosophy course.

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Campus & Community / Students

A marathon effort

April 15, 2018

Pre-med senior Sarah Pilgrim runs the Boston Marathon to raise funds for the Campus School.

Campus & Community / Alumni

The antidote is love

April 15, 2018

It will always triumph over hate, writes alumnus Patrick Downes, a survivor of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing.

Campus & Community / Around Campus

Special Delivery

March 23, 2018

The making of the Harry Potter-themed welcome video for the Class of 2022.

Campus & Community / Alumni

Think critically, act lovingly

March 17, 2018

Have the vision of giraffes, writes alumnus and documentary filmmaker Jeremy Zipple, S.J.

Science, Tech & Health / Technology

The cyber threat

March 07, 2018

Innovation and collaboration are needed to combat digital warfare, FBI Director Christopher Wray tells cybersecurity conference at BC.

Science, Tech & Health / Technology

BCCS 2018

March 01, 2018

FBI Director Christopher Wray will deliver the keynote address at the second Boston Conference on Cyber Security, at BC today.

Campus & Community / Students

A marathon effort

April 15, 2018

Pre-med senior Sarah Pilgrim runs the Boston Marathon to raise funds for the Campus School.

Campus & Community / Alumni

The antidote is love

April 15, 2018

It will always triumph over hate, writes alumnus Patrick Downes, a survivor of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing.

Nation, World & Society / Education

New laboratory school

March 26, 2018

The designation will enhance teaching and research collaboration between BC and Saint Columbkille Partnership School.

Campus & Community / Around Campus

Special Delivery

March 23, 2018

The making of the Harry Potter-themed welcome video for the Class of 2022.

Science, Tech & Health / Technology

The cyber threat

March 07, 2018

Innovation and collaboration are needed to combat digital warfare, FBI Director Christopher Wray tells cybersecurity conference at BC.

Campus & Community / Students

Winning endeavor

January 30, 2018

How do you connect a liberal arts education with career planning? BC's on it.

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Campus & Community / Students

Song for a good cause

March 21, 2018

Sing it to the Heights celebrates student talent and raises funds for St. Columbkille Partnership School.

Faith & Religion / Papacy

Cover story

February 27, 2018

At the Vatican, BC faculty members make a presentation to Pope Francis.

Campus & Community / Alumni

The Illusionist

February 01, 2018

Chris Doyle '81 creates fantastical, gently provoking public art.

Art & Culture / Music

Milestone for a maestro

December 31, 2017

BC's John Finney reflects on 25 years leading the University Chorale.

BC Events

Deck the Heights

December 23, 2017

Photos and video from BC's annual Christmas tree lighting.

Campus & Community / Students

The art of study

December 18, 2017

BC's McMullen Museum provided an inspiring backdrop during study days.

Also in the News

Why is there no 'liberal Tea Party'? An op-ed co-authored by Associate Professor of Political Science David Hopkins: New York Times.

Associate Professor of Theology James Weiss was interviewed for several installments of CNN's six-week series "The Pope: The Most Powerful Man in History." For a sampling, view the trailers for the segment on Pope Benedict IX during the Middle Ages and on the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI.

School of Social Work Professor of Macro Practice Tiziana Dearing discussed how Catholic innovation is helping migrants in an interview with NECN 'The Take.'

Carroll School of Management Associate Professor of the Practice of Finance Richard McGowan, S.J., weighed in on the prospect of Wynn Resorts selling its partially-built casino in Everett, Mass. to MGM on NPR's 'All Things Considered.'

Initiatives that place Boston College Dining Services at the frontier of colleges and universities amping up convenience for students are highlighted by the Boston Globe.

Small business hiring is reportedly up, but it's also harder to find people to fill the jobs. Associate Professor of Economics Robert Murphy weighed in on the findings for Marketplace Radio.

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