Co-sponsored by the Boston College School of Social Work, the Office of Global Engagement, Catholic studies program, and international studies program, the Church in the 21st Century Center hosted a discussion Thursday night about Catholic peacebuilding in an increasingly fractured world.
The Thea Bowman AHANA and Intercultural Center’s annual Black History Month Opening Ceremony, which celebrated the theme “Stronger Together” this year, featured a lineup of guest speakers and performers.
In the wake of increasingly strained global politics, Seyla Benhabib argues for a return to the old political theory of cosmopolitanism.`
This weekend marks the long-awaited return of Newton Prom after a three-year pause due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A team of Boston College faculty members journeyed to Portugal over Spring Break in search of a 400-year-old song book created by an accomplished, yet silenced female composer, according to Michael Noone.
No one is immune to sexual violence, accoridng to Claire Johnson Allen, associate director of the Boston College Women’s Center.
Meredith D. Clark, associate professor in the School of Journalism and Communication Studies at Northeastern University, discussed the impacts of negative media portrayals of African Americans in the New Directions series.
On Feb. 1, Aziz joined a panel of three scholars on Zoom to discuss her most recent book, The Racial Muslim: Racism Quashes Religious Freedom. Boston College’s Boisi Center for Religion and American Public Life hosted the event.
Lyons. Upper. Vandy. Leahy. What do these words have in common? All were answers to BCWordle—the five-letter guessing game with terms unique to all things Boston College.
Hoping to spark romantic connections through humor, Boston College alum Melissa Mullen designed the interactive dating app Smile to match users based on a shared sense of humor.