Every BC story involves a moment when someone first felt at home at the Heights. Janet and David Griffith ‘68, P‘00, ‘02, ‘06, love providing that feeling for the next generation of Eagles.

by Joy Moore ’81, H’10

Like countless other alumni, friends, students, faculty, administrators, and families who have joined our community over generations, Boston College’s ethos of “Eagles for others” is so imbued in me. It’s one of the many reasons why I am thrilled to be the inaugural executive director of BC’s Pine Manor Institute for Student Success. Read full letter

Chopping It Up


Dean Gautam N. Yadama shares what guides his work leading the Boston College School of Social Work at a time when society needs compassionate people to serve and support the world’s most vulnerable communities.

It Runs in the Family

BC’s new senior vice president for university advancement is excited to join a Boston College that he says is “firing on all cylinders.”

Among Indonesia’s leading philanthropists, Fifi ‘94 and Agus Pangestu ‘94 continue to find inspiration at the Heights.


The Idea Exchange

A conversation with Fr. Erick Berrelleza, a first-generation college student who’s now the founding dean of Messina College, BC’s bold new two-year associate’s degree program for underserved students.

Katherine Gregory


Cornerstone Program director Biz Bracher ’91, MA’95, PhD’03, P’22, shares her book selection.

A New Energy

BC’s Wall Street community gives back by supporting an exceptional cohort of students.

Points of Light

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