“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.
Rev. Robert Keane, S.J. said that in 1965, 149 Jesuits lived in St. Mary’s Hall. In 2000, that number dropped to 130 Jesuits. Today, there are only 50 Jesuits living in St. Mary’s Hall. […]
After serving in the Vietnam War, Rev. Paul McNellis, S.J. turned to God for answers, and eventually became a priest. […]
“What used to be a seemingly innocuous slogan carries the weight of a campus movement.” […]
The Loyola House Residential Program is the first of its kind among Jesuit colleges and universities […]
“Students who came to BC to (theoretically) carry the torch and light the way end up high in the sky, sitting in anonymous cubicles, behind glossy windows that look down at the bustling people of the world.” […]
“Making noise is feeding into that particular [aggressive] type of behavior,” Davidson explained. “Love begets love.” […]