Admission is $5, and a portion of the proceeds from the event will be donated to charity.
"Monsoon" is presented by the Boston College Chinese Students Association and Korean Students Association.
"Fool for Christ," a one-person play on the life of social reformer Dorothy Day, will be presented on Feb. 18 at 7:30 p.m. in the St. Ignatius Church lower chapel.
Sarah Melici, an actress with stage, TV and movie credits, will portray Day, the founder of the Catholic Worker Movement. The play was written by Donald Yonker.
The event is sponsored by the PULSE and Faith, Peace, and Justice programs. For more information, call ext.2-3495.
Burns Library will host the American launch of the best-selling Irish book It's a Long Way from Penny Apples, and a talk by the author, Bill Cullen, on Thursday, Feb. 20 at 4 p.m.
The book, a Dubliner's account of his rise from rags to riches, has drawn critical praise for its humor and blunt realism.
Cullen is the director of the Irish Youth Foundation and in 1998 received the Lord Mayor's Award for his work on behalf of troubled and disadvantaged youth.
The event, sponsored by Burns Library and the Boston College Center for Irish Programs, is free and open to the public.
The Music Department has announced that Hana Lee '05 and Emily Graefe '04 are the winners of the Boston College Concerto Competition for 2003.
Both students will be featured in concerts this spring. Lee, a music and communication major, will perform Mozart's Piano Concerto in A major, K. 488 with the BC Symphony Orchestra on Feb. 22 at 8 p.m. Graefe, who majors in music and history, will perform Frank Martin's Ballade for Flute and Orchestra on Friday, April 25, at 8 p.m.
Both concerts take place in Gasson 100 and are free and open to the public.
Junior Ben Eaves was recently named the Ice Hockey Collegiate Commissioners' Association National College Hockey Player of the Month for January.
Eaves led the Eagles to a 6-2 record in January with 19 points on eight goals and 11 assists, despite sustaining a groin injury early in the month. Originally slated to miss three to four weeks of action, Eaves quickly rebounded and did not miss a game.
Eaves earned two Hockey East Player of the Week awards in January, and was subsequently selected as the conference's Player of the Month. Eaves has also been selected as a finalist for the 2003 Walter Brown Award, given annually to the best American-born college hockey player in New England.
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