SWEET MUSIC-BC players salute the crowd following the Eagles' 20-16 victory over Georgia in the Music City Bowl held Dec. 28 in Nashville, earning BC 21st place in the final Associated Press poll of top college football teams. This month, the Eagles have had the rare distinction of seeing their football, men's and women's basketball and men's hockey teams all included in the respective Top 25 rankings for each sport at the same time. (Photo by Jeff Brien).
New Residence Hall Planned
Design work recently began on a new Lower Campus residence hall that will house 300 undergraduates, part of a multi-pronged effort by the University to provide more student
And Speaking of Poetry. . .
Fr. Barth is vocal in his appreciation for the art of the spoken word
McIntyre Professor of English J. Robert Barth, SJ, closed his eyes, inclined his head, and like a wine taster savoring a fine Bordeaux, began to recite in French a sonnet by the 16th-century poet Ronsard.
Back to Newton Campus--Reunion of former RAs, Jesuit neighbors includes gift to scholarship fund
Library Administrator Starts Technology Drive for Ghana
CSOM's Twomey Joins Panel on Airline Contract Dispute
University's September 11th Fund Collects More Than $18,000
New O'Neill Databases Offer Scholars Variety
University Libraries Unveil New Designs for Web Page, Quest
Humanities Series Offers New and Familiar Faces
Boisi Center Sets Spring Schedule
McMullen Showcases Famed Surrealist --Andre Masson is focus of museum's upcoming spring exhibition
Festival Provides a Taste of French Cinema
New Guidebook Offers More Than Just Names and Places --Updated pamphlet gives readers quick, enjoyable glance at BC history
Expanded Opportunities --Boston College, other Jesuit schools offer exchange program for faculty and staff children
Art Campaign on Eating Disorders Returns to Campus
More Welcome Additions to the Boston College Faculty