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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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    Puerto Rico Service Project: Dog Food Drive & Rescue and Adoption Workshop

    Puerto Rico Service Project: Dog Food Drive & Rescue and Adoption Workshop

    Organización por bienestar rescate y adopción de los animales (OBRA), Marginal Expreso Martinez Nadal, Guaynabo, Puerto Rico
     
    Join the Puerto Rico Service Project: Dog Food Drive & Rescue and Adoption Workshop. More information.
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    Sweatworking: Indoor Cycling in Wellesley

    Sweatworking: Indoor Cycling in Wellesley

    CycleBar Wellesley, 386 Washington Street, Wellesley, Mass.

    Gather with fellow alumni for a night of Sweatworking—working out and networking. More information. » Read more

    Webinar: Estate Planning for New and Young Families

    Webinar: Estate Planning for New and Young Families

    Online Webinar

    Learn the fundamentals of protecting your family and your assets. More information. » Read more

    South Carolina Service Project: Our Lady of Mercy Neighborhood House

    South Carolina Service Project: Our Lady of Mercy Neighborhood House

    Our Lady of Mercy Neighborhood House, 79 America Street, Charleston, S.C.

    Join the South Carolina Service Project: Our Lady of Mercy Neighborhood House. More information. » Read more

    Washington DC Service Project: Martha’s Table Food Preparation

    Washington DC Service Project: Martha’s Table Food Preparation

    Martha's Table, 2114 14th Street NW, Washington, D.C.

    Join Eagles in your area for a day of service. More information.

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