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The University hosts Boston's first comprehensive Bloomsday bash with readings, music, film, theater, and a panel discusion on Boston's Irish and Jews.


Blasts from the past


Vintage recordings of the 1960s field and dance bands and a bonus track from today's Marching Band




Photographs for September 2007


Lowell Humanities Series turns 50

story from Boston College Chronicle

Program has brought distinguished authors, poets, and creative artists to the Heights


Googled: Peter Dervan '67


Explorer in the post-genomic world



Portrait of a saint

Jeremy Zipple '00, SJ, chronicles the life of Saint Xavier in his film, made 500 years after the saint's birth

Time and again

slideshow from boston college magazine

Before and after photos of families from the Class of 2007

Arts connection

A page for alumni artists

Are all values relative?

VIDEO from front row

Robert Kane of the University of Texas makes the case for objective ethical and aesthetic values


From Public Affairs

Maney, Hafner take leadership posts BC Chronicle

McMullen's "Pollock Matters" gains national attention Newsweek, National Public Radio, Boston Globe

Psychology professor says arts study is its own reward Boston Globe

Geochemist hunts for hurricanes Christian Science Monitor

Smallest space has been found Science Magazine

Psychologist shows connection between emotion and memory Science Daily, CBS News, MSNBC

Howe promotes Belgian art in Belgium The Bulletin (Brussels)

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