When Browne went to the zoo outside his doorstep, he could see almost every type of animal. When he went to bed at night in his grandparents’ apartment, he could hear the lions roaring and the sea lions croaking.
At 143rd Commencement Exercises, Class of 2019 Looks to the Future
Isabel Capeloa Gil, the first female president of the International Federation of Catholic Universities, gave the keynote speech, in which she encouraged the attendees to do their best to drive the world forward.
At 142nd Commencement Exercises, a New Beginning for Class of 2018
“You graduates of the class of 2018 have great talent and promise because of who you are and what you have experienced in our community,” University President Rev. William P. Leahy, S.J., said.
2018 Commencement Will Feature Archbishop of Atlanta
The University will also present an honorary degree to Drew Gilpin Faust, the outgoing president of Harvard University.
Students Feel Senior Week Costs Add Up
“The fact that we come from different backgrounds both socially and financially makes this campus unique, so it’s hard to see how this portion of the BC community’s needs are being overlooked at one of the most memorable portions of their undergraduate experience,” said Lauren Kaufman, CSOM ’18.
Senior Week Needs Funding for Students Struggling Financially
“The Committee could arrange with BC Dining, like organizations such as Arrupe and an annual class trip to Israel and Palestine do, to collect donations from students.”
Thank You, and Goodbye
Shannon Kelly sings bye bye to The Heights, it’s the day Features died.
At 141st Commencement Exercises, A Fond Farewell for Class of 2017
“To our graduates I say: please accept the sacred invitation to live in the light of service,” said U.S. Senator Bob Casey.
2017 Commencement Will Feature U.S. Senator Bob Casey
Casey will be presented with an honorary law degree at the commencement event.
Student Pens Open Letter to Admin After Denied a Chance to Walk at Graduation
Kiara, a rising senior, wanted to walk at this past year’s graduation so that her mother, who is suffering from Ovarian cancer, would have the chance to see her graduate. Her request was denied.