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Parental Guidance

Parental Guidance

The Parents Leadership Council enters a new era as Suzie and Habib Gorgi hand over the reins to new cochairs, Peter and April Kelly.

Better Than They Found It

Better Than They Found It

When BC needs them, Mary Lou and Marc Seidner answer the call. Get to know these University citizens, and learn why they’re so passionate about helping others.

Marc and Mary Seidner
Joy Moore ’81, H’10

Joy Moore ’81, H’10

Since the pivot to online learning this spring, Vice president for student affairs Joy Moore, has led the effort to ensure a safe and smooth transition for students and to encourage continued student engagement.

A Legacy Landmark Reached

A Legacy Landmark Reached

A record 3,000 Eagles commit to legacy gifts, and Shaw Society chair Dave Griffith shares why his legacy is with BC.

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Informed, Engaged, Invested

Informed, Engaged, Invested

Members of the Parents Leadership Council reflect on how Boston College continues to light the way for their families.

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Lighting The Way

Lighting The Way

Who’s your beacon? BC friends and mentors who help light our way

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Exhibiting Empathy

Exhibiting Empathy

The Winstons’ latest gift to Boston College fuels the momentum of a museum whose exhibitions do more than excite the eye.

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Pete’s Place

Pete’s Place

A community comes together to build a baseball center named for one of BC’s most inspiring student-athletes.

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The New Game in Town

The New Game in Town

The University community gathered with Connell family members to celebrate the dedication of the Margot Connell Recreation Center, a new state-of-the-sport, 244,000-square-foot facility on St. Thomas More Road.

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Windows of Change

Windows of Change

Bob Winston believes art develops empathy and encourages personal growth—and his own experiences with three McMullen Museum of Art exhibitions bear him out. “I genuinely believe,” Winston says, “that they made me a better person.”

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