‘Objects in the Archives’ exhibits the various personal possessions of BC donors over the span of hundreds of years.
Back to School Guide: Professors Worth Taking
With new professor Angela Ards and old favorites like Seth Jacobs, this list covers some of BC’s best.
Jane Jacobs Exhibit Details Fruitful Life of Activism, Results
Few can tout a list of achievements as long as writer, journalist, and urban activist Jane Jacobs. With ties to Boston and Boston College, her work adopts an even more meaningful character.
Tomes, Laces, and Leather Accentuate Celtic Craftsmanship in Burns Library
The quaintness of the ‘Making It Irish’ exhibit going on at Burns Library cannot be understated. With the assortment of books, cards, and crafts on display, one can garner a real sense of the Celtic heritage and culture through works from the land of Éire.
Hawthorne, Douglass Find New Home In Burns Library
The Burns library, home to many rare book collections, has curated a new exhibit that includes works by Nathaniel Hawthorne and Frederick Douglass.
Irish Writer James Joyce And His Work Honored In Burns Library
“Unhemmed As It Is Uneven” has been a quiet, thoughtful addition to the memorialization of Irish writing on the BC campus.
Burns Library Exhibit Displays Artifacts Of Irish Culture, Music
The Burns Library exhibit consists of items from Irish books, music, history, and literature.