The Boston College Chronicle

April 11, 2002 Vol. 10, No. 15

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Juniors Jennie Chung and Brent Truscott, members of the Boston College Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program, help Allston-Brighton resident Richard Crecco with his tax return during a recent VITA session at the BC Neighborhood Center. (Photo by Justin Knight)

Tax Time Near, Students Helping Crunch Numbers

Eighty Boston College accounting students are putting laptop computers, calculators, Internal Revenue Service tax schedules and a variety of personal skills to use as part of a University-sponsored volunteer effort to help Allston-Brighton residents complete their annual income tax returns.

Grad Schools Rank in US News Study

The Carroll Graduate School of Management placed in the top 40 and its part-time MBA program in the top 20 in annual graduate-school rankings released by US News & World Report, while the Law School and the Lynch School of Education continue to rank among the top two-dozen schools in their fields.

Personal Care: A Matter of Choices

BC's Mahoney envisions alternatives for elderly, disabled persons

The way Assoc. Prof. Kevin Mahoney (GSSW) sees it, people with age-related or other disabilities face enough of a challenge every day. So at the very least, he says, they should be able to choose the help they want and need to perform the tasks of everyday life.

Moakley Chair Established--Political scientist Kay Schlozman chosen as inaugural chairholder
Cablevision Founder to Be Honored at NY Dinner
Cellucci to Speak at Law Commencement
Andrew Delbanco Lecture Tonight
Baker-Thomas Ticket Wins Student Election--New president and VP look to strengthen town-gown relationship
First Decade a Promising One for Center
New Initiative on Aging Project Tackles Ethical Issues
Benefits Office Announces Plan Rates
Holocaust Conference, Concert on April 17

AHANA Scholars
Romero Winner Draws Inspiration from Family
Arts Festival Expands Hours, Activities--New Saturday schedule includes events for families and children
Sending In the Specialists--Hockey rinks, chapels, or academic offices, these guys know the job
More Welcome Additions to the Boston College Faculty


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