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    Promoting the involvement of African-American, Hispanic/Latino, Asian-American, and Native American (A.H.A.N.A.) alumni in the life of the University, AHANA is more than an acronym. The term establishes an ideology and connection between students of color at BC who represent communities from all over the world and yet share a similarity in their cultural histories, traditions, and experiences.
    AHANA Alumni Advisory Council Updates

    AHANA Alumni Advisory Council Updates

    Since the AHANA Leadership Summit last October, the AHANA Alumni Advisory Council (AAAC) has made significant progress in organizing our structure, goals, and objectives.

    We are proud to share with you the details of the Council here.

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    Webinar: Understanding Medicare to Plan for Health Care in Retirement

    Webinar: Understanding Medicare to Plan for Health Care in Retirement

    Online Webinar

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    Pops on the Heights - 25th Anniversary

    Boston College, Conte Forum, Main Campus

    Join the BC family for an epic celebration 25 years in the making.  More information.


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    Jane Jacobs Lecture: Building Community with Mayor Michael Tubbs

    Jane Jacobs Lecture: Building Community with Mayor Michael Tubbs

    Boston College, Main Campus, Devlin 101, Chestnut Hill, Mass.

    Building Community with Mayor Michael Tubbs. More information.

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    Email us at AHANAalumni@bc.edu for general inquiries and information. 
     
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