When Mary Joe Hughes was an undergraduate student at Radcliffe College, in the years before it merged completely with Harvard University, she sat in on an MIT class about existentialism and literature.
By: Adriana Mariella
Tim Koch, A&S ’14, knows the meaning of being a man for others. He has spent his now three years at Boston College helping to shape the BC community and the student experience through both his work as an Orientation Leader (OL) and his involvement in UGBC.
Rachel Newmiller, A&S ’13, is busier than most other college seniors are at this time of year-in New York for the weekend for a fundraiser and at a ceremony the following Monday to receive the Brian D.A. Hall Award for her commitment to service to Boston College’s Campus School.