M. Shawn Copeland is a professor defined by “frisson,” sought out via change. Connor Kratz is the epitome of change. Martin Jarmond is pursuing—and succeeding—at changing what Boston College Athletics means to the University community. The Unsung Staff members from Dining Services, Security, Maintenance, and Facilities are the pieces who hold this suddenly changing institution together as it grows.
In such a time of social, political, and institutional change, The Heights is proud to award all of these recipients the 2018 Momentum Awards.
These are their stories.
– Jack Goldman, Copy Editor
Just Have a Good Day – Daniel Beaton 42 Years Later, as Daniel Beaton begins to wrap up his tenure at Boston College, he reflects on his journey through the University ranks, his life, and how BC became his second home.
A Healthier Vision From UGBC to Students for Sexual Health, Connor Kratz works to create change—by going through the system and around it.
The Frisson in the Air M. Shawn Copeland electrifies the atmosphere with her passion for social justice, pushing people to think about the tangled and unbreakable nature of the relationship between theology and their world.
Pushing the P.A.C.E. Martin Jarmond—the youngest Director of Athletics in the Power Five—arrived at Boston College with a vision and hasn’t wasted any time since.