The Boston College Chronicle

Oct. 18, 2001 Vol. 10, No. 4

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Veterans' Stories, in Words and Pictures

BC faculty member's memoir of Korea leads collection of essays

The American flag is held dear by Korean War veteran and College of Advancing Studies faculty member James Murphy Jr. '58, who knows firsthand the blood and tears that have been shed defending it.

Two sons share their fathers' experiences from Boston to Berlin

They were contemporaries who led parallel lives, sons of immigrants who grew up less than 20 miles apart, came of age in Depression-era Boston and fought at the same time in the World War II European Theater. But Frederick Mauriello '51 and Roland Regan Sr. never met, never even knew of one another.

Enrollment Figures Show Rise in Academic Excellence

Recently released figures on enrollment at Boston College provide further evidence of the University's success in attracting students of high academic ability, administrators say.

BC to Hold Memorial Mass in St. Ignatius Oct. 30

Boston College will host a memorial Mass at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 30 in St. Ignatius Church for Boston College alumni, family and friends who were lost in the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11.

Funeral Held for Rev. Joseph A. Glavin, SJ, 83
'Hope Is Stronger Than Sorrow'--Fr. Leahy celebrates Mass in New York City for BC alumni and parents lost in WTC disaster
Annual Campus United Way Drive Kicks Off Oct. 30
Law Dean Appointed to Task Force on Terrorism and Law
Jesuit Community Honors Nine for Years of Service
Saturday Events to Honor Boston College Veterans
Jesuits Offer Bush Prayers and Support
Alcohol Education Program Earns Grant
Series on Globalization to Begin Second Year
CSOM's Sister Bartunek, Wilson Are Chosen to Head National Groups
Fr. Bezuszka, Kenney Are Inducted Into State's Math `Hall of Fame'

Run on the Green
Turning to 'A Prayer Ever Ancient and Ever New'--Sept. 11 tragedy reveals the role and power of the liturgy, say priests
Distinguished Colleagues
Grad Student Combines Good Works, Hard Play


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