Freshman Conor McCormick receives the second annual scholarship established in honor of Boston Marathon bombing survivors Patrick Downes ’05 and his wife, Jessica Kensky
An event honors the life and work of award-winning Boston College theologian M. Shawn Copeland, an influential voice in practical-political Catholic theology
Three new Templeton grants, totaling $4.7 million, represent the largest cumulative amount of private funding from one foundation within a single year in BC history
BC's approach to liberal arts education challenges students to think and learn across disciplines, prepares graduates for a range of rewarding careers, and helps them discern who they want to be—and why.
The centerpiece of Jesuit education has always been a common curriculum that emphasizes the rigorous study of the defining works of the humanities, natural sciences, and social sciences.
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