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To celebrate the first day of the fall semester and my first day as Burns Librarian, Burns Library staff members gathered last Tuesday for a group photo on the steps of the Ford Tower. It took us a moment to set … Continue reading
Boston, Brookline, Chestnut Hill, oh my! For those of you who just rolled your eyes at that exclamation, please feel free to stop reading here. For those out-of-towners who struggle with the ever-present debate of whether to have your family … Continue reading
As a student assistant in the Burns Library Reading Room and a graduate student in the English department at Boston College, I occasionally have the privilege of combining my scholarly interest in Victorian literature with my practical responsibilities at the … Continue reading
George V. Higgins is one of Boston College’s most notable literary alumni. Author of over thirty novels and non-fiction works, Higgins began his illustrious writing career as a BC undergraduate student. Editor of the Stylus literary magazine, writer for The … Continue reading