“Agape Latte Extra: Senior Night” featured graduates from the Class of 2015 who shared their experiences in the last year since graduation.
On Wednesday evening, Bill Plunkert, former CIA spy and BC ’68, recounted the years he spent in the Soviet Union during the Cold War spying for the U.S.
On Monday evening, Stephen Smith spoke about how he used hard work to became a journalist for ESPN.
The Office of Student Affairs and O’Neill Library has begun a pilot program that allows for O’Neill to remain open all night on Fridays and Saturdays, an initiative that began on April 1.
Dr. How Man Wong talked about his four-decade-long work, which includes finding four river sources in Asia and leading numerous conservation efforts for endangered animals, as a part of the Daniel C. Morrissey, BC ’88, and Chanannait Paisansathan, M.D., lecture series in Asian Studies.
As a part of the second annual Advancing Research and Scholarship at Boston College day, Marvin Chow, senior director of marketing at Google and BC ’95, spoke on Google’s collection of lots of data, and how Google uses that data to make the world a better place.
Tchen, Barack Obama’s assistant and Michelle Obama’s Chief of Staff, spoke Saturday about several key progressive and social issues that are currently unfolding inside the White House.