How does Boston College prep for its annual fundraising spectacular? Here’s a peek behind the curtain courtesy of a few key figures in the final hours before Pops.
For the last 30 years, on one of the last Fridays in September, thousands of alumni, parents, and students have gathered in Conte Forum for dinner, dancing, singing, celebrating—and the biggest balloon drop on campus.
Impacting Boston College students starts with a commitment to those that guide them. Here’s how it can make a difference across campus and beyond.
By balancing Jesuit history with forward thinking, Dean Gregory Kalscheur, S.J., is leading Boston College’s biggest school toward a mission-driven future grounded in the liberal arts.
As the inaugural John W. Kozarich ’71 Chair of BC’s new engineering department, Glenn Gaudette is in the vanguard of a revolution in how engineers are trained and the work they do.
Regents play a role in spreading the good word about Boston College.
For Tammy ’85, MEd’87 and Steve Barry ’85, P’14, ’17, what started as a chance meeting turned into an Eagle legacy and an unrelenting commitment to Boston College.