On Jan. 26, the Center for Christian-Jewish Learning and the Center for Ignatian Spirituality hosted Rabbi Sergio Bergman in a lecture about his work in Argentine politics and interfaith collaboration.
Calderón Hernández Builds Bridges Between Science and Society
On Wednesday, Calderón Hernández spoke to the Boston College community on the link between environmental pollutants and cancer in Mexico. This lecture was the first in the Global Lecture Series, which brings international voices engaged in activism and research to BC.
Double Zero, Wine and Pizza Joint, Arrives In Boston’s Plant-Based Scene
Double Zero, a New York-based vegan pizzeria and wine bar that opened on July 9, brings innovative doughs and Italian-inspired recipes to Newbury Street.
Oppenheimer Explores the Healing of Squirrel Hill, Pa.
In commemoration of Kristallnacht, former Corcoran Chair Mark Oppenheimer spoke about his newest book, Squirrel Hill: The Tree of Life Synagogue Shooting and the Soul of a Neighborhood, at a lecture on Tuesday.
Día de los Muertos Returns to BC with Festive Flair
With decorative perforated paper bursting with vivid colors and groovy music, Boston College’s Mexican Association of Students (MAS) brought back their annual Día de los Muertos—or Day of the Dead—celebration.