The Boston College Chronicle

Oct. 4, 2001 Vol. 10, No. 3

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This past weekend saw displays of patriotism and unity around the Boston College campus. The annual "Pops on the Heights" concert held in Conte Forum Friday night (left) featured a performance by the University Chorale and the United States Military Academic Glee Club. Prior to Saturday's game between the Eagles and Army, students joined local firefighters and members of the Boston College Police Department in unfurling a huge American flag (right). ("Pops" photo by Mike Mergen, pre-game photo By Chris Minkiewicz)

Hard Questions, Few Easy Answers

Faculty and students struggle to make sense of terrorist attacks

BC Sept. 11 Fund at $12,500 and Climbing

Muslim Theologian Seeks to Set the Record Straight

Social Work Colleagues Offer Support to Families

University Offering Public Forums on Sept. 11 Attacks

Boston College Study Offers a New View on Proteins

A Life Spent Working Against the Grain

Golden jubilarian Fr. Helmick combines roles as mediator and woodworker

Funeral Held for Fr. Toohig, Nationally Known Physicist
BC Centralizes Health Services
Trustees Welcome New Members, Discuss Finances
LSOE Symposium to Focus on Testing
Two BC Economists in Top 20
New Burns Library Exhibit Highlights Irish Patriot
O'Neill Scholars to Meet Family of 'Tip'

Distinguished Colleagues
A Long Way From Home--BC family reunion in Belize is an affair of the heart and spirit


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