19 hours ago

Sixteen quilts and two framed illustrations f...

Sixteen quilts and two framed illustrations from the exhibit "The Holy City: Art of Love, Unity and Resurrection"—a tribute to the victims of the 2015 shooting that left nine dead at an African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, S.C.—are on view at the Boston College School of Theology and Ministry.

    Holy City Exhibit Promotes Healing in Aftermath of Charleston Church Slayings
    Many of the quilts in "The Holy City" exhibit strike themes of forgiveness, healing, and sorrow. The Emanuel Nine are represented on several quilts as hearts, doves, and crosses. Lamkin's quilt, titled "Sweet Hour of Prayer: Praying for Peace," incorporates the colors of Mother Emmanuel church, purple and gold.
    https://www.bc.edu

32 hours ago

Maroon and GOLD! Team USA bringing home gold ...

Maroon and GOLD! Team USA bringing home gold from the Olympic Games! #WeAreBC From left: Haley Skarupa '16, Cayla Barnes '22, Kali Flanagan '19, Megan Keller '19 and Emily Pfalzer '15. Photo by Kali Flanagan


32 hours ago

Boston College is with Paula Maloney and 7 ot...

Maroon and GOLD! Team USA bringing home gold from the Olympic Games! #WeAreBC From left: Haley Skarupa '16, Cayla Barnes '22, Kali Flanagan '19, Megan Keller '19 and Emily Pfalzer '15. Photo by Kali Flanagan

44 hours ago

Boston College shared Boston College Athletic...

THEY DID IT! THEY DID IT! Congratulations to our five Eagles who became gold medalists last night when the U.S. Women's National Hockey Team topped Canada, 3-2, after a six-round shootout. This is the first time Team USA has earned gold in women's hockey at the Olympic Games in 20 years.

    Golden Girls: BC Eagles Win Olympic Gold - Boston College
    Five past and present BC women's hockey players earn gold in PyeongChang.
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2 days ago

With 17 student awards, Boston College is onc...

With 17 student awards, Boston College is once again among the nation's top 20 The Fulbright Program​-producing research institutions, according to the 2017-18 list by the Chronicle of Higher Education.

    Top Producers of Fulbright U.S. Scholars and Students, 2017-18
    Three research universities had 10 or more Fulbright scholars in the 2017-18 academic year, and 13 research universities and two bachelor's institutions had 20 or more students who were awarded Fulbright grants. Institutions with the highest numbers of Fulbright U.S. scholars are listed below, followed by separate listings of institutions with the highest numbers of Fulbright students.
    https://www.chronicle.com

3 days ago

Former United Nations Secretary-General Ban K...

Former United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon will give an address at Boston College on "Human Welfare and Global Citizenship" on Feb. 27 at 5 p.m. in Robsham Theater. h/t Ban Ki-moon Centre for Global Citizens

    Former UN Secretary-General Ban to speak at Boston College
    Former United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon will give an address at Boston College on "Human Welfare and Global Citizenship" on Feb. 27 at 5 p.m. in Robsham Theater. Ban, who served from 2007 to 2016, is noted for his leadership and advocacy on issues such as climate change, equal rights, public health, economic inequality, and food security.
    https://www.bc.edu

6 days ago

Boston College added 6 new photos — with Obat...

"Noi non potemo avere perfetta vita senza amici." Students of the Italian Club spent some time together decorating masks this week to observe Venezia Carnavale. Carnevale is celebrated in Italy and many places around the world 40 days before Easter, a final party before Ash Wednesday and the restrictions of Lent. | Photos by Lee Pellegrini

    Boston College
    Elizabeth Carcieri '21 and students of the Italian Club painting and decorating masks as part of Venezia Carnavale. | Photo by Lee Pellegrini
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6 days ago

Boston College added 6 new photos.

"Noi non potemo avere perfetta vita senza amici." Students of the Italian Club spent some time together decorating masks this week to observe Venezia Carnavale. Carnevale is celebrated in Italy and many places around the world 40 days before Easter, a final party before Ash Wednesday and the restrictions of Lent. | Photos by Lee Pellegrini

    Boston College
    Elizabeth Carcieri '21 and students of the Italian Club painting and decorating masks as part of Venezia Carnavale. | Photo by Lee Pellegrini
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Feb 16

Boston College - Woods College of Advancing S...

Boston College - Woods College of Advancing Studies and the FBI – Federal Bureau of Investigation will host the second annual Boston Conference on Cyber Security on March 7. The event brings to campus academicians, private industry, and law enforcement officials to collaborate on how to best prevent and respond to attacks on public and private information systems.

    BC, FBI to Host Second Boston Conference on Cyber Security
    Boston College and the Federal Bureau of Investigation will hold the second Boston Conference on Cyber Security, BCCS 2018, on March 7, bringing together academicians, private industry, and law enforcement to collaborate on how to best prevent and respond to attacks on public and private information systems.
    https://www.bc.edu

Feb 15

Boston College will introduce an interdiscipl...

Boston College will introduce an interdisciplinary minor in journalism this fall as a two-year pilot program, open to undergraduates across the University. Associate Professor of English and African and African Diaspora Studies Angela Ards, who developed the program with Professor of English and Director of American Studies Carlo Rotella, will serve as director of the minor.

    BC Pilots Interdisciplinary Journalism Minor
    Program faculty include veteran, accomplished journalism professionals along with scholars drawing on literary, business/management, medical, technological and other perspectives. Some 30 undergraduates are expected to be in the first cohort of journalism minors.
    https://www.bc.edu

Feb 14

Boston College shared Boston College Campus M...

Lent begins today and many departments and groups across campus can help make this season of reflection and preparation more meaningful. Join Boston College Campus Ministry at one of their Ash Wednesday Masses today. (See schedule below) BC Dining Services offers menu items that fulfill Lenten obligations today and every Friday during Lent (this is also a great option for students meatless interested in meatless options.) More here: http://bit.ly/BCLentDining2018 Our Center for Ignatian Spirituality will once again offer noontime prayer sessions during Lent. You can attend one these at the retreat space located at 36 College Rd., garden level, will begin with an optional lunch at 11:30 a.m., and will end at 1 p.m. Each session is limited to 16 participants. Register here: http://bit.ly/LentRetreat2018

Feb 13

Say hello to your 2018 Beanpot champs! | Phot...

Say hello to your 2018 Beanpot champs! | Photo by Boston College Athletics #ChampsX3

    Boston College
    Say hello to your 2018 Beanpot champs! | Photo by Boston College Athletics #ChampsX3
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Feb 13

Boston College is the WorkWell Massachusetts ...

Boston College is the WorkWell Massachusetts Silver Level winner for exemplary worksite health promotion, in recognition of the University's achievements in developing, implementing and participating in corporate health improvement and wellness programs.

    Boston College Wellness Programs Recognized for Exemplary Worksite Health Promotion
    Boston College is named a WorkWell Massachusetts Silver Level winner for exemplary worksite health promotion, in recognition of the University's achievements in developing, implementing and participating in corporate health improvement and wellness programs.
    https://www.bc.edu

Feb 11

Rev. Maurice Agbaw-Ebai, a priest from Camero...

Rev. Maurice Agbaw-Ebai, a priest from Cameroon who received his licentiate in sacred theology from the Boston College School of Theology and Ministry in 2015, is currently assigned to St. Mary Parish in Georgetown and Rowley, Mass. while he pursues a double doctorate in theology and philosophy at STM and serves as a graduate assistant at the Boston College - Woods College of Advancing Studies. In a feature story, he discusses the vibrancy of the African church, as well as his own call to the priesthood, with the The Eagle-Tribune.

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