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Browse our Instagram!Sir Gawain & The Green Knight got a lot of likes in 2021. Did you see the movie??Are you as obsessed as we are? #wordle #librarianlifeTomorrow is the anniversary of Boston’s North End #MolassesDisaster of 1919. While the event itself had more to do with manufacturing munitions than cooking, we prefer cooking, and offer these suggestions for observing the day. Make some:Detail of a drawing of the proposed table design for the new library at Boston College by architectural firm Maginnis & Walsh, June, 1927. Visit these tables today in Gargan Hall, #BapstLibrary.
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Take one glance at any of the programs on cable news networks and you’ll conclude that we live in a time of unprecedented political polarization. The Pew Research Center confirms that this has been a growing trend for over two … Continue reading
In Part One I looked at the change of heart Congressman Tip O’Neill experienced in 1967 regarding the Vietnam War. Formerly a supporter of the Executive branch’s military policy, O’Neill, encouraged by a stream of constituents’ anti-war letters, shifted to … Continue reading
Thomas Phillip “Tip” O’Neill, Jr. (1912-1994) served as a Representative for Massachusetts’s Congressional delegation from 1953-1987, including ten years as Speaker of the House (1977-1987). He was also a Boston College alumnus (’36). O’Neill donated his Congressional papers to Boston College … Continue reading
These selections from the Irish American manuscript collections at the Burns Library are loosely bound together by common threads of shared affiliation with the University and with the City of Boston – its business and its politics. To each of us working on … Continue reading