Bryce Blair and Paul Ingrassia, BC ’80, discussed trends in real estate at the most recent Corcoran Center talk.
Gregory Angelo, executive director the the Log Cabin Republicans, showed how conservative values can successfully intersect with gay rights.
In this installment of the Lowell Humanities Series, historian Ira Berlin discussed slavery as a complex institution.
The Library of Theology and Ministry opened an exhibit on those who saved Jews during the Holocaust called “Whoever Saves a Single Life.”
Melissa Sutherland recently received a grant for her work in interpersonal violence screening among women.
Boston College physics professor David Broido was recently elected a fellow in the American Physical Society.
Several dance and vocal groups performed and a local reverend at the Sunday night event to honor Martin Luther King, Jr.