Religion, Politics, and Culture: Coming Together with Love and Empathy
In these increasingly tumultuous times, Pope Francis’s call to conversion of hearts and minds toward mercy and hope is needed now more than ever.
Matt Malone, S.J., editor in chief of America magazine, and James Martin, S.J., MDiv’98, editor at large of America magazine, discuss the current challenges facing our society at the intersection of the Church and the world. As Pope Francis calls us to bring the Gospel message to both the center of our lives and the margins of society, Fathers Malone and Martin offer their views on how building cultures around love, empathy and faith can help each of us to better answer that call.
The conversation is hosted by Tiziana Dearing, host of Radio Boston on WBUR and former professor at the Boston College School of Social Work.
Eye on the Eagles: A Bird’s-Eye View of BC Athletics
Pat Kraft, William V. Campbell Director of Athletics; Earl Grant, Clement and Elizabeth Izzi Family Head Men’s Basketball Coach; and Jeff Hafley, Gregory P. Barber ’69 and Family Head Football Coach, discuss athletics at BC today and their vision for the future.
Campus Then and Now: A historical look at BC’s campus and how it has transformed
In this presentation, University Historian James O’Toole offers a look back at BC’s campus and how it’s changed and grown over the decades. Mary Nardone, Associate Vice President of Capital Projects Management, will also guide us through BC’s stunning transformation over the past five years including the Harrington Athletics Village and Pete Frates Center, Fish Field House, St. Thomas More Apartments, McMullen Museum of Art, Margot Connell Recreation Center, and more!
Student Life in Focus: Reflections on the COVID Experience
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year has been far from normal. Current students discuss what it is like to attend BC today and how recent changes to campus life have shaped their BC experience.
Exploring Boston College’s Core Curriculum Renewal
Gregory Kalscheur, S.J, dean of Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences, provides an overview of the developments of the Core Renewal at Boston College from