Rev. Greg Boyle, S.J., spoke about his experiences at Homeboy Industries, which assists former gang members, the recently incarcerated, and high-risk youth.
Sean Flahaven, BC ’95, spoke about his career development and his time working as an associate producer for the ‘Hamilton’ cast album on April 4.
Theologian, humanitarian, and L’Arche founder Jean Vanier presented video messages made for the Boston College community in a C21 event on Wednesday.
School of Social Work graduate Kathryn Rigby returned to BC on Wednesday to talk about her time as a Jesuit Volunteer with Homeboy Industries, a nonprofit that rehabilitates individuals who formerly were in gangs or have served time in prison.
Claude Barfield, resident scholar of trade policy at the American Enterprise Institute, gave a talk on the Trump administration’s trade policies in an event sponsored by the Boston College Republicans and the American Enterprise Institute Executive Council of BC.
Founder and CEO of tech organization Girls Who Code Reshma Saujani spoke at the annual Council for Women of Boston College Colloquium on Tuesday, regarding the efforts of her organization in closing the gender gap in technology.