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A rendering of the campus green at Boston College, as seen from the corner of Beacon Street and College Road. The sketch showcases a new Humanities Center, part of a master plan that BC trustees will vote on this month. The school declined to say how much the overhauls would cost.

BC envisions a reshaping of its campus

4 new buildings, walkway over avenue considered

By Sarah Schweitzer and Matt Viser
Globe Staff / September 8, 2006

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Boston College is planning a sweeping overhaul of its campus that would add at least four new buildings, relocate an MBTA station, and bring student facilities closer to the school's neighbors in Newton and Brighton. (Full article: 1084 words)

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