“We saw a problem in schools,” Kim said. “You don’t really use what you learn in high school for a job, maybe in college. So what we wanted to do was offer things like entrepreneurship education and financial literacy, things that I personally think really matter in helping students understand what they really want to do with their lives.”
“It’s such a special place to both of us and just to be married there was even more special, and have all the people around who we cared about, and try to do all those little traditions from Boston College and bring that into our wedding as well,” Erin said.
“A community foundation is driven to build collaboration and solve for a multitude of needs in a community,” Desmon said. “It’s a covener.”
It’s that time of year when all the juniors who went abroad in the fall return to campus. If you’re one of these juniors, you’re settling back into life at Boston College, but you can’t help but reminisce about abroad and insert your host country into every conversation you can.
I frequently ask myself, “How will I make it through the seemingly endless freezing days?” But I know I can do it—here are some tips I rely on to help you get there too!
A mojito is the perfect summertime cocktail. Sweet, fruity, and refreshing, this drink reminds me of sitting on the beach with my family, relaxing by the pool, and soaking up the sun.
“I don’t know if I’ve ever seen a father-son relationship as strong, as loving, as caring as that of Luke and Tim Russert,” Huffstetler said. “That [relationship] was not manufactured for TV. It was truly something else.”
“In South Africa, the inequities on race and class were just very obvious because of the legacy of apartheid, which made me very interested in doing work there,” Van de Water said. “There was a brutal HIV epidemic and devastation on the whole healthcare system.”
Visit for your next class project, a snowy Saturday, or an evening date. No matter your reason, read this guide to find your next Boston adventure!