Science, Tech & Health / Physics

Theory and practice

July 22, 2018

A promising new cooling material develops from theoretical work by BC physicist David Broido.

Nation, World & Society / Law & Politics

Foundations of U.S. law

July 21, 2018

BC Law School welcomes international participants to its summer institute.

Nation, World & Society / Business & Management

Show time

July 20, 2018

Student startups in the spotlight at the Shea Center for Entrepreneurship's Demo Day.

Campus & Community / Around Campus

Men, women, and food for others

July 19, 2018

BC Dining's student point drive funds some 17,000 non-perishable goods for Rosie's Place.

Nation, World & Society / Law & Politics

New Rappaport Professor

July 18, 2018

Former SJC Associate Justice Robert J. Cordy joins BC Law as Rappaport Distinguished Visiting Professor this fall.

Campus & Community / Students

In Memoriam: Timothy A. Gearty '21

July 17, 2018

Carroll School of Management student Timothy Gearty of New Jersey has died at age 20 following a battle with cancer.

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Campus & Community / Around Campus

Artful

July 18, 2018

Behind the scenes at BC's 20th festival celebrating student creators and performers.

Campus & Community / Alumni

The Tenth

July 16, 2018

They came together as undergraduates in 1986; today, their bond endures.

Campus & Community / Students

A 'BC Strong' challenge

July 13, 2018

Boston Marathon bombing survivor Patrick Downes '05 and cancer survivor Jack Manning '20 will bike 192 miles for pediatric cancer research.

Science, Tech & Health / Earth, Environment & Sustainability

Frozen across time

July 10, 2018

Clues to the future of climate change lie in an Antarctic ice sheet's response to a past warming period.

Science, Tech & Health / Psychology

The science of art appreciation

July 09, 2018

A study by BC psychologists sheds light on the mysteries of the aesthetic response.

Campus & Community / Around Campus

Moments worth sharing

June 27, 2018

A look back at the top 10 social media posts of the past academic year.

Campus & Community / Students

A 'BC Strong' challenge

July 13, 2018

Boston Marathon bombing survivor Patrick Downes '05 and cancer survivor Jack Manning '20 will bike 192 miles for pediatric cancer research.

Campus & Community / Around Campus

Moments worth sharing

June 27, 2018

A look back at the top 10 social media posts of the past academic year.

BC Events / Commencement

A moment in time

May 31, 2018

The Class of 2018's farewell weekend at the Heights.

Campus & Community / Alumni

'A Chance in the World'

May 28, 2018

Film based on alumnus Steve Pemberton’s best-selling book will be shown in theaters nationwide to benefit foster care.

Art & Culture / Dance

Showdown!

May 14, 2018

Showstopping highlights from Boston College's largest student dance competition.

Campus & Community / Alumni

Teacher appreciation

May 11, 2018

ABC 'The View' co-host Meghan McCain gets a surprise on-air visit from her favorite teacher: Erik Weihenmayer '99.

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Campus & Community / Around Campus

Artful

July 18, 2018

Behind the scenes at BC's 20th festival celebrating student creators and performers.

Campus & Community / Alumni

The Tenth

July 16, 2018

They came together as undergraduates in 1986; today, their bond endures.

Campus & Community / Around Campus

A constructive summer

July 11, 2018

Projects great and small are under way across campus.

Nation, World & Society / Business & Management

A trek to remember

June 30, 2018

BC students learn the ins and outs of Silicon Valley.

Campus & Community / Around Campus

Moments worth sharing

June 27, 2018

A look back at the top 10 social media posts of the past academic year.

BC Events / Commencement

Portfolio: A jubilant day

May 28, 2018

A Commencement photo gallery.

Also in the News

What's next for psychology? Lynch School of Education Augustus Long Professor Janet E. Helms is among influential psychologists asked to identify critical questions the discipline must answer: APA Monitor on Psychology.

Immigrant children separated from their parents at the border will need help coping with trauma, write BC School of Social Work Associate Professor Thomas Crea and colleagues: Village Voice.

China is less dependent on the American market than it was even a decade ago and in some ways is better able to withstand a trade war. Professor of Political Science Robert Ross comments on NPR 'Morning Edition.'

What are the pros and cons of credit card rewards? Carroll School of Management Associate Professor of Marketing John Fisher discussed them with WallletHub.com.

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