Boston College (or simply BC) is a private Jesuit research university located in the village of Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, USA. It has 9,100 full-time undergraduates and almost 5,000 graduate students. The college's name reflects the university's early history as a liberal arts college and preparatory school in Boston's South End. It is a member of the 568 Group and the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities. Its main campus is a historic district and features some of the earliest examples of collegiate gothic architecture in North America.
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... Player name Position College Seasons Games Cabral, BrianBrian Cabral LB Colorado 7 ... Cade, MossyMossy Cade DB Texas 1985–86 30 Caffey, Lee RoyLee Roy Caffey LB Texas A M 1964–69 83 Cahoon ... Comstock G Georgetown 1931–33 40 Concannon, JackJack Concannon QB Boston College 14 ... Cone, FredFred Cone FB/K Clemson 1951–57 82 Conway, BrettBrett ...
1974, 2000, or 2009 drafts Draft Player name Position College Notes Year Pick American Football League Draft (1960–1966) Boston Patriots (1960-1970) 1960 N/A Gerhard Schwedes RB Syracuse 1961 ...
... Dumoulin 6' 210 ... September 9, 1991 Biddeford, Maine Boston College (HE) Carolina Hurricanes D 25 Justin Faulk 5' 200 ... March 20, 1992 South St ... Flames D 18 Patrick Wey 6' 205 ... March 21, 1991 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Boston College (HE) Washington Capitals F 27 Nick Bjugstad 6' 204 ... July 17, 1992 Blaine, Minnesota University of Minnesota ...
... "The Heights" is a nickname given to Boston College ... It recalls both BC's lofty aspirations — the college motto is "Ever to Excel" — and its hilltop location, an area initially designated as "University Heights" ... Boston College students have enjoyed success in winning prestigious post-graduate fellowships and awards, including recent Rhodes, Marshall, Mellon, Fulbright, Truman ...
... Street is a stop on the MBTA Green Line's "B" branch from Boston College to Government Center ... It is between Boston College and Chestnut Hill Avenue ... penultimate station before the western terminus at Boston College when the Greycliff Road stop closed down ...
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