Behind the Brain: The Science of Recognition and Perception Psychology and neuroscience professor and CAREER award winner Stefano Anzellotti finds breakthrough in field of facial recognition.
Erickson Engages Students During the Pandemic-Ridden Summer After adapting to virtual teaching last spring, Professor Jennifer Erickson created a virtual summer workshop for international studies majors looking for educational opportunities.
Goldman’s Long-Standing Research Interests Gain New Relevance in Light of COVID-19 Sociology professor Alyssa Goldman's studies of social ties, social inequality, and incarceration offer insight into the pandemic.
How Temporary Became Tradition: The 50th Anniversary of the Mods Built in 1970 to temporarily resolve a housing crisis, the Mods have created a lasting impression on BC's culture for the last 50 years
Pants and Personalization: How 2020 Was a New Era For Fashion Throughout the months of COVID-19, many students have shown their creative flair through upcycling or bold prints.
Calling an Audible: Hafley’s Unpredictable First Year When Boston College football head coach Jeff Hafley took the top job for the Eagles, he couldn't have predicted all of the challenges that his first year would bring.
How to Maintain the Thanksgiving Spirit on Campus With more students staying at BC over Thanksgiving break than usual, Karolina Bertulis offers advice on how to celebrate safely.
Glass Teaches History Through a Real-World Lens After teaching in the Bronx and researching urban inequality in Long Island, Dr. Michael Glass brings a new perspective to the history department.
A Man’s Psychological Best Friend Boston College's very own Canine Cognition Center aims to find links between the way human and dog thought processes work.