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Dear #BC2022, We are pleased to inform you th...

Dear #BC2022, We are pleased to inform you that you have been accepted at Boston College. Please find enclosed a list of all necessary books and equipment. Term begins on August 27. We await your eagle by no later than May 1. More at Boston College Admission: http://bc.edu/admittedstudents Video by John Walsh, University Communications Additional contributors: Paul Dagnello, Branick Weix '19, Ariana Cho '18, Music performed by Boston College Bands Featuring (Order of Appearance): Kerry Cronin, Professor of Philosophy & Theology, Associate Director Longergan Institute with The Heights John Luniewicz, Campus Facilities, P '18 & '19 Director Sebastian Bonaiuto, Associate Director Kara Robbins & Boston College Bands Michael J Himes, Professor Boston College Theology Department Inspired by J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter novels

    Boston College
    Dear #BC2022, We are pleased to inform you that you have been accepted at Boston College. Please find enclosed a list of all necessary books and equipment. Term begins on August 27. We await your...

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ICYMI: Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences...

ICYMI: Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences student Will Supple '20, a member of the The Bostonians of Boston College, and a The Campus School at Boston College Volunteer is among contestants on the new season of ABC Television Network's American Idol. He was featured this week on Chronicle on WCVB Channel 5.

    Idolatry: Will Supple
    When Needham's Will Supple isn't volunteering at the Campus School, he's working on his music.

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Allston Brighton CDC shared Maloney Propertie...

Last chance for this lottery too! #BrightonMA - don't miss out if you're looking to buy!

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Stavros Piperis '19 is the winner of the 14th...

Stavros Piperis '19 is the winner of the 14th annual Sing it to the Heights competition, which in addition to showcasing BC student talent also helped to raised $4,200 for music programs at Saint Columbkille Partnership School in Brighton.

    Sing It to the Heights 2018
    The event also helped to raise approximately $4,200 to benefit the music program at St. Columbkille Partnership School, a Catholic school in Brighton operated by St. Columbkille Parish, the Archdiocese of Boston and Boston College. Second place was awarded to Nina Mojares '21, who played the piano and performed Nina Simone's "Feeling Good."

2 days ago

Allston Brighton CDC shared The Clean Food Cl...

Did you know that Action for Boston Community Development hosts a mobile food pantry for residents at our All Bright Community Center? Check out the link to learn more! #Allston #BrightonMA #AllstonBrighton

    The Mobile Food Pantry Feeding Allston, Brighton and Mattapan
    ABCD (Action for Boston Community Development) is the largest anti-poverty organization in New England. They provide many different services to the community, including housing and youth services, fuel assistance, and workforce development. The ABCD Allston Brighton location focuses heavily on combating food insecurity, as the residents there are often in need.

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Boston College shared Boston College Athletic...

Congratulations to Boston College Athletics women's hockey forward Daryl Watts, who recently made history, becoming the first freshman to win the Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award. The award is presented annually by the USA Hockey.

5 days ago

Award-winning documentary filmmaker and execu...

Award-winning documentary filmmaker and executive editor of America Films at America Media Jeremy Zipple, S.J., '00, Th.M., M.Div. '14, reflects on his faith, his BC experience, and why Christians should be like giraffes.

    Think critically, act lovingly
    Have the vision of giraffes, writes BC grad Jeremy Zipple, S.J. Campus & Community / Alumni - Published on March 17, 2018 Photo courtesy of ©Getty Images Christians ought to be like giraffes. They should have tall necks, so that they might have a global vision of the world, its challenges, and its sufferings.

6 days ago

Boston College shared The Campus School at Bo...

Happy St. Patrick's Day, Eagles! Some of our students celebrated this week at The Campus School at Boston College with singing, dancing and activities. #WeAreBC

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Mar 16

Raised in communist Romania, BC Law Professor...

Raised in communist Romania, BC Law Professor Vlad Perju mounts a global campaign against foes of constitutional democracy--and seeks to make the University's Clough Center for the Study of Constitutional Democracy, which he directs, one of the world's most significant and important institutions of its kind.

    The Freedom Fighter
    Winter 2018 Raised in the crucible of Communist Romania, scholar Vlad Perju mounts an inspired global campaign against the foes of constitutional democracy. By Jeri Zeder Photographs By Dana Smith December 22, 1989, was a big day for eleven-year-old Vlad Perju. His family had been waiting for two decades to buy a new car.

Mar 16

Mar 15

Allston Brighton CDC shared Maloney Propertie...

Another affordable homeownership opportunity, this time in #BrightonMA! Apply now!

    Maloney Properties Real Estate
    The Aberdeen Condominiums features 40 condominiums. There will be 5 income restricted units with a combination of 1 & 2 bedrooms in the 80% AMI & 100% AMI income categories. The price and income restrictions are set by the Boston Planning & Development Agency (BPDA).

Mar 15

A $1-million grant from MassMutual Foundation...

A $1-million grant from MassMutual Foundation, Inc. to the Springfield Public Schools will expand the Boston College Lynch School of Education-based City Connects student support program into eight more elementary schools.

    MassMutual Grant Expands BC's City Connects in Springfield
    A $1-million grant from The MassMutual Foundation, Inc. to the Springfield Public Schools will underwrite the expansion of the Boston College-based City Connects program into eight additional elementary schools, increasing the total to 23 SPS sites serving as additional 2,700 students, announced City Connects' Executive Director Mary Walsh, the Daniel E.

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Mar 14

Allston Brighton CDC shared their post.

Tonight's meeting has been cancelled. We'll keep you updated when this is rescheduled.

    Allston Yards Impact Advisory Group & Public Meeting
    Description: Impact Advisory Group ("IAG") meeting to discuss The Stop & Shop Supermarket Company, LLC's ("Proponent") proposal to redevelop the existing approximately 10.6-acre Project Site at 60 Everett Street in Allston with a phased mixed-use, transit-oriented development consisting of residential, office, a flagship grocery store, as well as other groundfloor retail, restaurant, and fitness uses.

Mar 13

BC Weather Alert. Offices will open and class...

BC Weather Alert. Offices will open and classes will begin at 9 am on Wednesday March 14.


Mar 13

Boston College shared Boston College Police D...

    Boston College Police Department
    Sharing from our friends at BC Dining Services. Classes may be canceled but Corcoran, Mac & Stuart are open & ready to feed you. Come on in & get warm & thank the staff who slept over or braved the...


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