Student entrepreneurs show their best stuff to alumni judges.
A Jesuit education is a journey marked by reflection and self-discovery, where will your journey lead you?
Ronan Tynan, a member of the Irish Tenors and artist-in-residence in the music department this year, teaches a master class in Gasson 100.
BC launches Endeavor: The Liberal Arts Advantage for Sophomores, a two-day career exploration experience.
Pianist Christopher Vu ’17 accompanies nighttime scenes from Boston College with Debussy’s "Clair de Lune."
Little known but enormously impressive, Ireland’s Arts and Crafts Movement is the subject of the McMullen Museum’s springtime exhibition.
Patience Marks ’15 shares her vision and mission to make a difference in the world through community nursing.
First-year students tour Boston with faculty members during Welcome Week.
Carroll School of Management’s weekly Dean’s coffee, now in its eighteenth year, connects students with faculty and staff advisors.
The Class of 2019 assembles on Alumni Field during Welcome Week.
Spring scenes and traditions on the Heights.
The University’s eighth annual Relay for Life benefits the American Cancer Society.
Violence against women is a public health issue, says Associate Professor of Nursing Melissa Sutherland, and it's the topic of her current research.
Undergraduates share strategies for making it through final exams.
A roundup of end-of-year events from finals to commencement.
On Parents’ Weekend, off-the-cuff thoughts about independence and empty nests from moms, dads, and students.
Seasonal scenes of Boston College in fall.
Three seniors make the most of the annual Boston College Career Fair.
Why financial aid matters.
Kevin Allocca ’06, YouTube’s head of culture and trends, returns to campus to talk about his unconventional career.
Emmy Award-winning TV writer and producer Tracey Wigfield ’05 returns to campus to talk about comedy and her career.
Members of the Class of 2014 reflect on their Boston College experiences.
Heather Cox Richardson’s students plumb the Burns Library comic book collection archive to explore mid-twentieth century American values and culture.
A look at Hillside Café’s most popular sandwich: the New England Classic.
Has the Catholic Church come to grips with the growth of the U.S. Hispanic population? Assistant Professor Hosffman Ospino discusses.
Undergrad Eagles greet the Class of 2018.
“Postscript,” by Seamus Heaney, as read by Joseph Nugent.
Boston College gets “Happy” (with a bow to Pharrell Williams).
Scenes from the campaign trail in the race for Undergraduate Student Government.
Boston College economists’ research sparks hope for patients with kidney disease.
Students, faculty, and staff recite Abraham Lincoln’s landmark speech, marking its sesquicentennial.
Sophomore biology major Maria Asdourian, recipient of a prestigious Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship, discusses her research.
Connell School of Nursing Professor Ann Wolbert Burgess uses virtual crime scenes based on real life to teach forensics.
Boston College celebrated its 150th anniversary with a commemoration of the University’s heritage and mission.
The Dynamics, one of several undergraduate a cappella groups, fill the Cadigan Alumni Center atrium with song.
New green spaces unite Middle Campus.
Class of 2013: Six memorable seniors remember.
With more than 200 clubs and organizations, the annual Student Involvement Fair takes over campus.
Behind the scenes with BC Dining: Vegetarian menu planning.
Trivia, anyone? A pop quiz on BC’s beginnings.
Junior Helen Spica, ’14, on what inspired her poem, “Yellow Weather,” Boston College’s entry in the Greater Boston Intercollegiate Poetry Festival.
Senior Michelle Dyer leads a group tour of the campus.
The Screaming Eagles Marching Band train at Alumni Stadium for fall football.
‘Twas the night before finals in Bapst Library’s Gargan Hall.
Chemistry major Ian Roundtree on conducting lab research at Boston College.
Scenes from the Connell School of Nursing's mission to Haiti orphanages and mobile clinics.
It’s game on for Baldwin as BC faces Duke in basketball.
Undergrads share expressions of their faith.
Senior David Kete recalls his Arrupe Immersion Service Trip.
It’s April 8, 67°, and sunny. Spring has arrived.
After the Arrupe Immersion Service Trip, students share insights on doing good.
Head baker Bill Coakley and pastry chef and chocolatier Jörg Amsler in BC‘s on-campus bakery kitchen.
Novelist Junot Díaz’s three-day campus residency included an informal Q&A with students.
Going through the paces to get ready for BC’s “Dancing with the Stars.”
Students face off in the ninth annual BC Idol competition.
The annual Boston College Venture Competition: Showcase for student entrepreneurs.
Education major Monica Chase on her work with the Peer Health Exchange.
Students address their peers at BC Talks, a speaker series modeled after TED Talks.
James Franco and Professor Paul Mariani discuss Franco’s film The Broken Tower, based on Mariani’s 1999 biography of poet Hart Crane.
Mathematician Dawai Chen compares geometric surfaces in his “Counting Branched Covers” presentation to first-year graduate students.
Students and faculty celebrate John Milton’s 400th birthday by reciting his epic poem Paradise Lost in a 12-hour poetry read.
The Class of 2013 gathers outside Higgins Hall for their senior photo.
First Year Academic Convocation on Linden Lane, where the Class of 2013 is challenged with the Ignatian injunction “Go, set the world aflame!”
Members of the University community gather for the annual ceremonial lighting of the Boston College Christmas tree.
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