It was past midnight, and all was quiet inside Robsham Theater, a sprawling performance space at Boston College.
Fred Vautour sponged down sinks, scrubbed toilets, and polished mirrors. Pushing a yellow cart loaded with a mop, broom, and cleaning supplies, he moved on to the hallway, where he swept up paper scraps and cleaned the large windows looking onto the campus. In the distance, the Gothic towers of Gasson Hall and Bapst Library faded into the dark sky. Read more about this story
Maura Lester McSweeney ’17, a philosophy major and international studies minor involved in advocacy work on behalf of social justice issues, has been awarded the 2016 Archbishop Oscar A. Romero Scholarship. Read more about this story
Please see the attached flyer above on a pop-up art event. The art will be featured in Devlin Hall from 9:00am until 8:00pm on Thursday, January 21st. The artist, Ramiro Gomez, will also be particpating in “The Visual Arts: Making Democracy visible” in Devlin Hall room 101 at 6:00pm. This is all part of the Clough Center’s the Arts and the Culture of Democracy series.
Check out this event about democracy happening on campus in Devlin Hall Room 101 on Thursday, January 21! the visual arts
In 1981, Alex Truesdell‘s aunt Lynn Valley suffered a spinal injury that left her hands paralyzed. Watching (and helping) her uncle turn inexpensive, readily available materials into devices that enabled Valley to accomplish her daily activities inspired Truesdell to do the same for students at the Perkins School for the Blind in Watertown, Massachusetts, where she worked. Read the complet story.
Tuesday, December 15, 2015. New faculty books look at immigrant life. “Immigration and immigrants – whether from Mexico, Syria or elsewhere – have been a constant topic of discussion and debate this year among politicians, media commentators and the general public.” To read more about these three faculty members and their publications on immigration please click here.
Check out this event happening in early April of 2016!