Browse BC Digitized Collections pertaining to Boston College History. Included are newspapers, yearbooks, photographs, course catalogs and other publications about Boston College and the Newton College of the Sacred Heart, which merged with BC in 1974
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The Boston College Fact Book is released annually by the Office of Institutional Research. The Office provides four ways to view the information published in the Fact Book:
Boston College Alumni magazines
Boston College has had a magazine for alumni since 1933. Currently called Boston College Magazine (1978- )," it has previously been known as the Alumnus (1933-1935); Alumni Review (1935-1936); Alumni News (1937-1970); and Bridge (1970-1978).
Boston and Newton College faculty and student newspapers
Full-text searchable newsletters and newspapers published by the faculty, students, and administration of Boston College and Newton College. Digitized collections include:
This collection contains selected photographs by Boston College and outside photographers that document students, campus life, athletics, building and campus, commencement, faculty, staff, guests, and events.
Boston College’s Sub Turri was first published in 1913. The title, Sub Turri, is Latin for "under the tower" and reflects a sense of pride in the Chestnut Hill campus in general and Gasson Hall in particular.
Newton College of the Sacred Heart was a women's college that opened in 1946 and graduated its first class in 1950. In 1971, the college founded the Institute of Open Education, which later became Cambridge College. Due to the coeducation of many formerly all-male colleges in universities, Newton College of the Sacred Heart struggled financially, and, in June of 1974, merged with Boston College. The last graduating class from Newton College of the Sacred Heart was the class of 1975.