“There would be no complaining, self-pity, nor worry. It was time for these athletes to go to work, time for them to change the world.” […]
“I hope that students at Boston College find encouragement and inspiration from our diverse Jesuit community.” […]
This year’s focus was on issues of racial justice, mass incarceration, and immigration.
After serving in the Vietnam War, Rev. Paul McNellis, S.J. turned to God for answers, and eventually became a priest. […]
“But around junior year, all of these Jesuit ideals get cast aside as internship frenzy sets in—the psychotic scramble to find a temporary position that will pave the way for a (hopefully) lucrative career.” […]
The Loyola House Residential Program is the first of its kind among Jesuit colleges and universities […]
“My complacency was transformed into a continual urge to act. I realized that activism was the missing piece in my BC journey to set the world aflame.” […]