Boston College

Benedict Joseph Fenwick, S.J.
Early BC in Boston's South End
Gasson Tower
Gasson Quadrangle
Campus Green
Stokes Hall amphitheater
Maginnis master plan
Collegiate Gothic buildings on Chestnut Hill
Students walk through a campus quadrangle.
Chestnut Hill Reservoir
Burns Library
Fulton Hall atrium
Gargan Hall, Bapst Library
Sculpture of archangel Michael conquering Lucifer.
St. Ignatius of Loyola statue by Bolivian-born artist Pablo Eduardo.
St. Ignatius Gate entrance
Silvio O. Conte Forum
An ice hockey game played at "Kelley Rink," Conte Forum.
Alumni Stadium, home of the Boston College Eagles.
Boston College's first football team in 1893.
Gasson Hall in spring
Gasson Hall in summer
Gasson Hall in autumn
Gasson Hall in winter
Simboli Hall, School of Theology and Ministry
McMullen Museum of Art
Tip O'Neill
John F. Kerry
Ernest Moniz
Paul Cellucci
Dannel P. Malloy
Margaret Heckler
Marty Walsh
John F. Fitzgerald
Joseph E. Brennan
Scott Brown
Ed Markey
Stephen F. Lynch
Mike Capuano
The Most Reverend Timothy Broglio Archbishop of the Archdiocese for Military Services                                  1973
Leonard Nimoy
Ed McMahon
Amy Poehler
Chris O'Donnell
Elisabeth Hasselbeck
Phil Schiller
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Private Jesuit research university in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts.

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Boston College Eagles

Atlantic Coast Conference logo in Boston College's colors
Antonio Garay

The Boston College Eagles are the athletic teams that represent Boston College, located in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts.

Boston College Eagles men's ice hockey

On ice celebrations after BC defeated Northeastern in the 2011 Beanpot final.
BC's National Championship banners at Kelley Rink prior to the 2010 championship.
BC and BU before the start of a game at Kelley Rink on January 22, 2010.
Andrew Alberts
Cam Atkinson
Brian Boyle
Scott Clemmensen
Brian Dumoulin
Patrick Eaves
Johnny Gaudreau
Nathan Gerbe
Brian Gibbons
Brian Gionta
Stephen Gionta
Bill Guerin
Noah Hanifin
Peter Harrold
Jimmy Hayes
Chuck Kobasew
Krys Kolanos
Chris Kreider
Brian Leetch
Ben Lovejoy
Mike Mottau
Brooks Orpik
Nick Petrecki
Marty Reasoner
Philip Samuelsson
Cory Schneider
Rob Scuderi
Ryan Shannon
Ben Smith
Alex Tuch

The Boston College Eagles are a Division I college hockey program that represent Boston College in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts.

Atlantic Coast Conference

Collegiate athletic conference located in the eastern United States.

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Commissioner John Swofford

Current members of the conference are Boston College, Clemson University, Duke University, Georgia Institute of Technology, Florida State University, North Carolina State University, Syracuse University, the University of Louisville, the University of Miami, the University of North Carolina, the University of Notre Dame, the University of Pittsburgh, the University of Virginia, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University and Wake Forest University.

Boston College School of Theology and Ministry

Simboli Hall, Boston College School of Theology and Ministry

The Boston College School of Theology and Ministry (STM) is a Jesuit school of graduate theology at Boston College.

Collegiate Gothic

Architectural style subgenre of Gothic Revival architecture, popular in the late-19th and early-20th centuries for college and high school buildings in the United States and Canada, and to a certain extent Europe.

Gore Hall (1837–41), Harvard College, Richard Bond, architect
Cleveland Tower (1913), Princeton University Graduate College, Ralph Adams Cram
Law Quadrangle (1923–33), University of Michigan, York and Sawyer
Trinity College (1851), University of Toronto, Kivas Tully
Memorial Quadrangle (1917–1921), Yale University, James Gamble Rogers
Quadrangle Dormitories (1894–1911), University of Pennsylvania, Cope and Stewardson, architects
Cornell University, Lyon, McFaddin and War Memorial (1928), Charles Klauder
Mitchell Tower (1901–1908), University of Chicago, Shepley, Rutan & Coolidge, architects. Modeled after the Magdalen Tower (1492–1508), Oxford University (left).
Brookings Hall (1902), Washington University
University Hall (1833–37), New York University, Alexander Jackson Davis, architect.
Free Academy Building (1847–49), City College of New York, James Renwick, Jr., architect.
College Hall (1870–72), University of Pennsylvania, Thomas W. Richards, architect.
Memorial Hall (1870–77), Harvard University, William Robert Ware & Henry Van Brunt, architects.
Sage Hall (1871–75), Cornell University, Charles Babcock, architect.
Seabury Hall, Northam Tower, Jarvis Hall (1871–78), Trinity College, William Burges, architect.
Thompson Memorial Library (1903–1905), Vassar College, Allen & Collens, architects.
Shephard Hall tower (1903–1907), City College of New York, George Browne Post, architect.
Gasson Hall, Boston College
Holder Hall, Princeton University (1909–1911).
Suzzallo Library (1922–1926), University of Washington in Seattle, Charles Bebb and Carl F. Gould, architects
Cathedral of Learning (1926–1937), University of Pittsburgh, Charles Klauder, architect.
Heinz Chapel (1933–1938), University of Pittsburgh, Charles Klauder, architect.
Duke Chapel (1930–1932) on West Campus of Duke University, Julian Abele and Horace Trumbauer, architects
Trinity College (1851), University of Toronto, Kivas Tully

The movement gained further momentum when Charles Donagh Maginnis designed Gasson Hall at Boston College in 1908.

Carroll School of Management

Fulton Hall atrium
Skyline of Boston's Financial District

The Wallace E. Carroll School of Management (CSOM) is the business school of Boston College in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts.

Boston College Law School

Mone Courtyard on the BC Law campus
Boston College Law Library
Boston College Law School campus

Boston College Law School (BC Law) is the law school of Boston College.

Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts

Affluent New England village located 6 mi west of downtown Boston, Massachusetts, United States.

Chestnut Hill is best known as the home of Boston College and as part of the Boston Marathon route.

Boston College High School

All-male, Jesuit, Catholic college preparatory secondary school for grades 7-12 in Boston, Massachusetts.

Boston College High School was founded in 1863 as Boston College.

Thomas Menino

American politician who served as the 53rd mayor of Boston, from 1993 to 2014.

Menino with Mayor Raymond Flynn during Menino's tenure as a City Councilor
Menino (far left) at a 1985 New England Patriots rally, alongside Governor Michael Dukakis, Mayor Raymond Flynn, and player Brian Holloway
Menino walking in the Roslindale neighborhood with Mayor Flynn and New York City Mayor Ed Koch in 1986
Outgoing mayor Flynn with Menino at Menino's swearing-in as acting mayor
Menino with Senator Ted Kennedy and President Bill Clinton at Mike's City Diner in Boston on January 18, 2001
Menino's fifth mayoral inauguration, held on January 4, 2010 at Faneuil Hall
Supporters of Menino's 2009 reelection campaign marching in the 2009 Dorchester Day Parade
Menino welcomes delegates to the 2004 DNC
Menino with Elizabeth Warren at the event where he endorsed her for U.S. Senate
Mayor Menino at the city's 2008 pride parade
Menino in his office at Boston City Hall (with a portrait of his personal hero, President Harry S. Truman, hanging behind him)
Menino with school children
Menino with members of the Boston Police Department
Menino and his wife, Angela, pose outside of the Menino Pavilion (named for him) at the Boston Medical Center in 2002
Menino in 2013
Menino on his last day in office, leaving a letter and keys for the incoming mayor.

Menino enrolled in three night classes at Boston College before abandoning his college education.