#WeWereBC

wewerebcA new exhibition on display this fall in Stokes Hall chronicles the first 100 years of Boston College’s history, a period during which a small, urban, day school for boys developed into a sprawling, suburban university serving a largely residential and coeducational student body. #WeWereBC is curated by the undergraduates in Seth Meehan‘s “Making History Public: Boston College” course. Using archival material from Burns Library, the exhibit highlights some of the key individuals, moments, developments, and conflicts that helped shape Boston College’s first century. This is the fifth Making History Public course, a collaborative project between the Boston College History Department and the Boston College University Libraries. John J. Burns Library blog | Boston College Chronicle

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