The Boston College Chronicle


Dec. 13, 2001 Vol. 10, No. 8

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Friday saw the Boston College community gather for two traditional campus holiday events. Far left, University President William P. Leahy, SJ, joined students, faculty and a few special guests on O'Neill Plaza for the annual Christmas tree-lighting, which featured caroling and, as the photo suggests, some reindeer games. Later that evening (left), The Heightsmen performed as part of the Breaking the Barriers Ball, held at O'Connell House.

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Residential Life Director to Step Down at Month's End

Capalbo to assume post in expanded University Relations division

Robert Capalbo, a 1962 alumnus who has directed Boston College's Residential Life division for 16 years, will leave that post effective Dec. 31 to become associate director of corporate and foundation relations in the Development Office.



A Helping Hand for Tiffanie

BC reaches out to ailing daughter of Facilities Services employees

Members of the Boston College community have opened their hearts - and their checkbooks - to two University employees whose 9-year-old daughter is suffering from brain cancer.

The Message of Christmas

It is one of the most important times of the year for Christians, when the story of a child born in a humble manger in Bethlehem is shared and celebrated in churches and homes throughout the world.

Keeping the Holiday Spirit All Year Long

Christmas isn't the only time you'll see Dining Service's Lionel Charles giving to others

On the afternoon of Dec. 29, Dining Service Dishroom Supervisor Lionel Charles will be hard at work in his Dorchester apartment preparing food and decorating for a special Christmas party he hosts each year.



Lynch School Receives $1 Million Grant--Award to endow College Bound program, fund urban scholars initiative
Trustees Fund Building Projects, Discuss Campaign
Bruni to Direct Capital Projects Management at BC
GSSW's Lynch Attends Major Conference on AIDS/HIV
BC Participates in Chinese Women's Studies Project
'Electronic Paystub' Debuts Tomorrow


Warm Welcome
Belief and Non-Belief
One Office, Many Hands--Student Services staff exemplify the season's spirit of giving
BC Holds Ecumenical Prayer and Fast to Observe End of Ramadan
Setting Poetry in Motion--Poem by English faculty member Sofer turned into a real production
Third Straight Bowl Creates University-wide Enthusiasm

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