The Boston College Chronicle


Nov. 1, 2001 Vol. 10, No. 5

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'From Memory and Hope'

University offers prayers for victims of Sept. 11 attacks

For a few moments, there was silence in St. Ignatius Church. Then, gradually, intermittently, from the congregation came the voices.

Each voice that sounded during the next several minutes spoke the name of a loved one, a relative, a colleague, a classmate.

Members of the congregation join hands during Tuesday night's memorial Mass in St. Ignatius Church for Boston College alumni, family members and friends lost in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. (Photo by Lee Pellegrini)


BC Plans Expansion of University Relations Division

Addition of personnel seen as helping to boost fund-raising efforts

In an effort to significantly increase its fund-raising revenue, the University has announced a major expansion of its University Relations division that will add more than 40 new professional staff over the next two to three years in the areas of leadership and principal gifts, planned giving, corporate and foundation relations, annual giving, class reunions and prospect research.


Sitting In On a Great Debate

BC psychologist tackled stem cell, cloning issues during her stint on bioethics commission

Psychologist Diane Scott-Jones had barely taken her seat on the National Bioethics Advisory Commission when headlines in 1997 trumpeted the cloning of a sheep named Dolly.


Technology Board Appointed--Committee will advise University's new Academic Technology Services division
BC Honors Community Service Leaders
Chemistry Grad Students Reap Bushel of Awards
Law School Event to Examine Issues of Human Rights and Globalization
Irish Studies Program to Host Benefit for Local Musician
Alumnus Aids Biology Faculty
BC Superconductor Research Is Spotlighted in Scientific Press
Newman Society to Honor BC Catholic Student Paper
University Recognized for Wireless Technology Initiative
Lowell Lecture Series, Boisi Center to Host Appearance by Pulitzer Winner
MBA Program a Sound Investment
Faculty Member, Alumnus Chosen as 'Unsung Heroes'
Monan Symposium This Afternoon


Spirit of the Night
Where There Is 'Hope'--Arrival of exhibition at McMullen Museum a case of perfect timing
GYRO Spins Hopes, Careers --Decade-old project helps students of color pursue their scholarly interests
Famous Flutie Pass Now In Its Own Class

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