Interview with an American
We sit down with Heather Cox Richardson, the BC history professor whose smash newsletter Letters from an American has made her one of the country’s leading public intellectuals.
Gunnar Esiason's odyssey through cystic fibrosis and the American health care system.
My Sister's Keeper
In her haunting book The Perfect Other: A Memoir of My Sister, Kyleigh Leddy ’19 recounts the fear, anguish, and heartbreak of losing a sister to mental illness.
Fitness for All
Heather White '10 is on a mission to diversify the wellness industry.
Celebrating 245 Beacon
A night of festivities formally opens BC’s new integrated science building.
The Odds Father
How the Jesuit priest and Boston College professor Richard McGowan, SJ, became a leading gambling expert.
A Four-Day Work Week?
Boston College Professor Juliet Schor on why more and more companies are making the shift.
As Told To: Gretchen Libby '90
On a career spent making movie magic.
Paying It Forward
Lurein Perera ’21 developed a novel idea for using debit cards to put money in the hands of people experiencing homelessness.
Living with Purpose
In a new book, Lynch School Professor Belle Liang helps readers navigate school, work, and life.
BC Law Professor Mary Sarah Bilder chronicles the political feats of the eighteenth-century education activist Eliza Harriot.
Quick Q&A: Joe Sabia ’06
The online video producer and creator of Vogue’s hit celebrity interview series “73 Questions.”
Meet Blake James, the New Director of Athletics
The former University of Miami AD lands at Boston College.
Using AI to Study Autism
New discoveries published by BC researchers could help identify causes of Autism Spectrum Disorder, and lead to personalized interventions.
Character Sketch: John Gurda '69
Milwaukee's chief historian discusses his work that inspired an Emmy-winning documentary series.
What I've Learned: Mary Walsh
The founder of City Connects and executive director of BC's Mary E. Walsh Center for Thriving Children discusses her journey.
Dessert on Demand
With ColdSnap, Matt Fonte '94 has made it possible to enjoy frozen treats at home with the click of a button.
News and happenings from around Boston College.