The Boston College Chronicle

Nov. 29, 2001 Vol. 10, No. 7

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Rev. T. Frank Kennedy, SJ

Fr. Kennedy Chosen to Lead Jesuit Institute

Music chairman will succeed Fr. Buckley at end of academic year

A priest noted for reviving Jesuit early music has been chosen to lead the scholarly institute that fosters Boston College's Jesuit identity.

Campus School Reaches Out to Afghanistan

Two special needs students in the Lynch School of Education's Campus School have designed sets of red-white-and-blue note cards that are being sold to benefit the children of war-torn Afghanistan.

Bairavasundaram Muthubattar, a Hindu priest from Sri Lakshmi Temple in Ashland, prepares decorations used for an observance of Diwali, the Hindu New Year, held Nov. 13 in the multi-faith worship space in the 66 Commonwealth Avenue residence hall. Since its opening a year ago, the room has become a popular meeting place for members of the Boston College community from various religious traditions. See story and photos.

North Shore to Natchez, Teaching in God's Light

Master's degree student Sister Marie Santry is determined to save her parochial school

Led by a soft-spoken Irish-American nun from the North Shore now studying at Boston College, the nation's oldest African-American parochial school has risen from the ashes.

University to Introduce On-line 'Paystub'--Employees will be able to access their paycheck information on Agora
Funeral Held for Law Student
A Milestone for the Boston College Club--Already turning a profit, club plans to establish scholarship program
Brighton High Grad Wins University Staff Scholarship
Mock Trials, Moot Court On BC Law Students' Docket
BC Center for Retirement Research Is Awarded $2.1 Million Grant
BC Faculty Contribute to Major Work On Irish Studies

Following the Voice Inside Him --Vice presidents past and present gather to share notes on work and BC
No Shame in Gambling?--Not in America, says CSOM's Fr. McGowan, author of a new book on the $60-billion industry
Liturgies and Music to Ring in Campus Holiday Season
Dealing with Dialogues--Center sees its mission to unite Christians and Jews as more important than ever now
Some Welcome Additions to the Boston College Faculty


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