Science, Tech & Health / Psychology

NSF grants for BC researchers

Three Psychology and Neuroscience faculty members received awards for projects related to human learning and memory.

Science, Tech & Health / Nursing & Healthcare

Understanding coronavirus

Insights from Connell School of Nursing epidemiologist Nadia Abuelezam.

Nation, World & Society / International

A world of flavors

A tasting trip to distant lands is on the menu through BC Dining's weekly Global Eats program.

Campus & Community / Students

'Blood brother'

A bone marrow donation by Lynch School graduate student Eric Williamson helped save the life of a young girl in Brazil.

Nation, World & Society / Business & Management

High marks for Carroll School

The Carroll School of Management leads the pack in teaching quality, according to alumni in 2020 Poets&Quants ranking.

Campus & Community / Alumni

Fulbright to South Africa

Julia Biango '16, who traveled to South Africa as an undergraduate, will be an English teaching assistant at the University of Pretoria

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Campus & Community / Students

'Blood brother'

A bone marrow donation by Lynch School graduate student Eric Williamson helped save the life of a young girl in Brazil.

Campus & Community / Announcements

Laura J. Steinberg to head Schiller Institute

Internationally respected civil and environmental engineering scholar is named the inaugural Seidner Family Executive Director of the integrated science facility.

Nation, World & Society / International

The fate of Mishel

How BC's Center for Human Rights and International Justice helped the family of a missing migrant get answers.

Art & Culture / Fine Arts

'Indian Ocean Currents'

The McMullen Museum presents an exploration of climate change by six leading artists.

Campus & Community / Announcements

Boston College joins QuestBridge

The University has accepted an invitation to join nonprofit program that assists talented, high-need students to attend elite universities.

Campus & Community / Honors & Awards

Trio of honors for BC venues

The Connors Center and 2101 Commonwealth Avenue win coveted industry awards for excellence in hosting weddings, meetings, and conferences

Campus & Community / Students

Nothing common about BC's Common Tones

This campus a cappella group focuses on singing⁠—and giving back.

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.

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Art & Culture / Fine Arts

'Indian Ocean Currents'

The McMullen Museum presents an exploration of climate change by six leading artists.

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.

Also in the News

Pope Francis has ruled against ordaining married men in the Amazon region as a means of addressing the shortage of Catholic priests. Joseph Professor of Catholic Systematic Theology Richard Gaillardetz discussed the development on WBUR 'Morning Edition.'

A complaint filed by a lawyer in Texas could serve to shape the court system's evolving view of plea bargaining. BC Law School Professor R. Michael Cassidy weighed in for the Washington Post.

A new documentary film that focuses on the Vatican during World War II features commentary by Associate Professor of History Charles Gallagher, S.J. View the trailer here.

Center for Work & Family Executive Director Brad Harrington discussed social expectations for fathers as caregivers, and the impact an involved father has on the family, emotionally and financially, as a guest on WNPR/Connecticut Public Radio's 'Where We Live.'

Is division the new reality for the U.S.? Professor of History Heather Cox Richardson was among experts weighing in on WGBH 'Greater Boston.'

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