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One composer, three choir conductors, five instrumentalists, and 66 child singers come together at a rehearsal for the premiere of a new work by Professor Ralf Gawlick.



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The 118th Annual Fulton Prize Debate, in the Fulton Debate Room at Gasson Hall, April 14, 2010.



Slideshow from @BC

The Jesuit Olympics, alumni comedians' return, and other scenes from the last six weeks.


The Richmond 34

Article from Boston College Chronicle

Fifty years later, Lynch School professor Anderson Franklin recalls his role in an important but largely forgotten civil rights protest in Richmond, Virginia.


Words' worth

Video from @BC

Student poets read at the Greater Boston Intercollegiate Poetry Festival, hosted by Boston College.



Crisis management

Video from Front Row

Robert Dudley, executive vice president for BP's Asian and American operations, discusses his company's response to the recent oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

Social studies

Video from the National Science Foundation

Carroll School of Management professor Gerald Kane investigates the benefits of social networks in the academic and business worlds.

The craftsman

Article from Boston College Magazine

Chuck Hogan '89 works eight hours a day, seven days a week. The results are explosive.

Exploring the Middle East

Journal from Boston College

The new issue of Al-Noor, the undergraduate Middle Eastern and Islamic studies journal, features pieces on feminism in Iran, the relationship between the Internet and the Coptic diaspora, and King's Academy in Jordan, as well as photo essays by students studying in Turkey and Yemen.


From The Office of News and Public Affairs

Award-winning journalist and author John L. Allen, Jr., on the future of the global Catholic Church. More, Interviews: Boston Globe, WBUR-FM

British Petroleum PLC's Robert Dudley at BC's Chief Executives' Club of Boston. Sampling of coverage: Reuters (via CNBC), Boston Globe, Wall Street Journal

English professor and American Studies Director Carlo Rotella, Boston Globe guest columnist, on alumnus George Higgins's novel, The Friends of Eddie Coyle. Column

Connell School professors to be inducted into new international nurse researcher hall of fame. More

"The Mindful Teacher Project" co-founded by Lynch School Professor Dennis Shirley among programs highlighted by Boston Globe Magazine.

Q&A with Carroll School graduate admission officials part of series on "how to get in" to the nation's best business schools. U.S. News & World Report

Law School professor Ray Madoff's new book, Immortality and the Law, deemed a 'sparkling polemic' by the Financial Times. Review

Freshman Gunnar Esiason and his father, NFL quarterback-turned-broadcaster Boomer Esiason, have worked to combat cystic fibrosis. Boston Globe

President Obama leads with care and compassion on issues that divide Americans, writes Law School Assistant Professor Richard Albert. Huffington Post

Carroll School Galligan Professor Sandra Waddock on the ethics of insurance funds investing in fast food companies. CNBC

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