The Boston College Chronicle

Feb. 13, 2003 Vol. 11, No. 11

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ART APPRECIATION-Sister Theresa Conway, a Franciscan Missionary of Mary, was among the visitors attending the Feb. 2 opening of the McMullen Museum of Art exhibition "Eire/Land." (Photo by Suzanne Camarata)

DeFilippo: Title IX Report Will Not Affect BC Sports

Athletic director discusses work with commission studying gender equity

Boston College's varsity athletic program will not be affected by recent recommendations for changes in the Title IX gender-equity law, according to Athletic Director Gene DeFilippo, who recently served on a national commission studying the controversial statute.

BC Clarifies Status of Proposed Student Group

University administrators confirmed that discussions on the possible creation of a student organization to address issues of sexual orientation at Boston College are ongoing, contrary to a Feb. 2 Boston Globe story suggesting that a gay-straight alliance group had been approved by the University.

Biracial Identity: Beyond Black and White

Sociologist's expertise built on experience, not just scholarly inquiry

The man in the next seat had been eyeing her furtively for a while, so Asst. Prof. Kerry Ann Rockquemore (Sociology) figured it was only a matter of time before the question came.

Banding Together in Boston
Trustees Set FY 2004 Budget, Tuition, Room and Board
Grant Will Support Efforts in Deaf-Blind Education
University Submits Waterworks Proposal
Church In the 21st Century Update
Bloom Wins Award for Book
A Campus on Solid Grounds
Banquet Speaker Focuses on African American Catholics
Five Are Candidates for 2003 King Scholarship
Xerox Head Mulcahy to Speak to Carroll Graduate Students Today
Northern Ireland Seeks to Use BC Technology for Disabled Children
Soifer Joins Sept. 11 Fund Panel
Irish Film Screening Moved to Feb. 17
Mailroom's 'Earl' Jenkins Dies at 61

Photos: Beanpot Alumni Lace 'Em Up

Everything You Wanted to Know About Irish Research--Burns Librarian writes a field guide to libraries and archives of Ireland
Taking Aim at Tay-Sachs--Biology Department researchers see hope for managing fatal disease
On the Road to Recovery--After a bout with cancer, Nancy Baker helps students fighting disease
Taking a Journey Through the Land of St. Ignatius--May trip an opportunity to visit the native soil of Jesuits' founder
Jack's Hitting the Road--After 34 years of serving the needs of countless students, BC's 'role player' moves on
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