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Website from the Center for Corporate Citizenship
In the Center for Corporate Citizenship's first "film festival," companies submitted short subjects about their civic contributions. View their submissions to see if you agree with 15,000 voters who selected the winners.
e-newsletter from the Boston College Arts council
Epicenters is Boston College's new multimedia publication devoted to the presentation and discussion of poetry, music, film, fiction, painting, and photography.
Article from Boston College Magazine
The business of public schools is to educate children. The business of the Lynch School's Boston Connects program is to enable that education.
Principled policy in a dangerous world
Video from Front Row
Andrew Bacevich of Boston University, Fr. Bryan Hehir of Harvard, and Jean Bethke Elshtain of the University of Chicago discuss the place of realism and ethics in U.S. foreign policy.
website from the college of Arts & Sciences
The Mathematics Department's new website presents slideshows highlighting the interests of its undergraduate and graduate students.