Monthly Archives: December 2011

Move!

Catharine Utzschneider, who teaches in the Woods College of Advancing Studies, has published MOVE! How Women Can Achieve Athletic Goals At Any Age. According to the publisher: “Designed for women from non-exercisers to elite athletes…MOVE!’s unique process of goal setting … Continue reading

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BC: A to Z

In his latest work, Boston College A to Z: The Spirit of the Heights (Linden Lane Press), University Historian and prolific author Thomas H. O’Connor shares a treasure trove of stories, legends and memories. He invites readers to look anew … Continue reading

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Legal thriller Black Diamond

Black Diamond, a legal thriller set in Boston against the backdrop of the high-stakes horse racing world, is the third novel by Boston College Law School alumnus John F. Dobbyn ’65. It centers on two lawyers who agree to defend … Continue reading

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Greek gods

Renowned classics scholar Mary Lefkowitz will present “Why We Can’t Understand Greek Drama: Some Theological and Practical Considerations” on Dec. 7 at 7 p.m. in Devlin Hall, room 101. Lefkowitz is the author of Greek Gods, Human Lives. Sponsor: Lowell … Continue reading

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Thinkers on language

Fifty Key Thinkers on Language and Linguistics, by BC Professor of Linguistics  Margaret Thomas, explores how 50 of the most influential figures in the field have asked and responded to classic questions about the language. What was the first language, … Continue reading

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Finding Christmas through a misfit sock

The Misfit Sock, a family tradition-turned-storybook by BC alumna Karen Kiefer, tells the tale of a sock which has lost its match during the laundry cycle. The sock is instantly labeled a “misfit” and thrown into a misfit laundry pile. The … Continue reading

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