The Boston College Chronicle

April 25, 2002 Vol. 10, No. 16

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Commencement 2002

NATO Ambassador to Speak at Graduation

R. Nicholas Burns '78, the United States' permanent representative to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, will address the Boston College Class of 2002 when the University holds its 126th annual Commencement Exercises on Monday, May 20, at Alumni Stadium.

US Ambassador to NATO R. Nicholas Burns '78, shown during an appearance at Boston College in the spring of 2000. (File photo)

BC Holds Special Patriots Day Tribute

Ceremony recalls 1999 graduate lost in World Trade Center attack

The American flag that flew over the Boston College campus on Patriots Day last week will serve as a lasting tribute to the memory of 1999 graduate Kevin Williams, who died in the Sept. 11 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center.

Restoring the Community: What Next for the Church?

This week, as American cardinals arrived at the Vatican for meetings with Pope John Paul II on the sexual abuse crisis in the Catholic Church, Boston College faculty members contemplated recent events and what they portend for Catholicism.

Arts, Crafts, Games and More on Main Campus
Sponsored Programs Head Is Announced
Annual Faculty Day Is May 1
Article on Vietnam Policy Earns Jacobs a Top Prize
...While History Colleagues Land Major Fellowships
Academic Technology Week Planned for Next Month
CSOM to Hold Its First 'Business Day' Friday
Senior Captures Second Fulton Debate Title
Alumni, Friends Give Boost to Second Helping Program
BC Student Wins Dissertation Award

Fashion Sense
BC's Weston Observatory Stirred by All the Shaking
From Aquinas to al-Qaeda--Philosophy's Hibbs writes - and writes - on good and evil, past and present
More Welcome Additions to the Boston College Faculty


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