The Boston College Chronicle


Jan. 30, 2003 Vol. 11, No. 10

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COLD NIGHT'S DANCE-Members of the Boston College community found relief from the recent cold snap at an intercultural reception held last Friday in Gasson 100 by the AHANA Leadership Council. The event offered foods from a variety of countries, as well as performances by campus and local troupes, including this rendition of an Indian dance by (left to right) seniors Snehal Shah and Amir Qureshi and juniors Karishma Kishnani and Vinay Chadha. (Photo by Suzanne Camarata)

Immigration Laws Causing Changes, Raising Questions

Will tighter restrictions on foreign students affect international ed?

Boston College administrators, along with their counterparts at other American colleges and universities, are bracing for the impact of new or revised federal immigration laws that mandate closer monitoring of foreign students and scholars.



University to Implement Smoking Ban in Dorms

Smoking will be prohibited in all Boston College residence halls beginning this fall, as the result of a policy recently approved by the University administration.



A Gallery of the Famous and Infamous

In Eminent Bostonians, O'Connor captures the personalities who made the Hub a unique city

Former Boston Mayor John F. "Honey Fitz" Fitzgerald is on the list. His famous grandson, John F. Kennedy, is not.




Law School Hosts Symposium on Abortion --Speakers mull social, health effects of post-Roe vs. Wade era
Lecture, Discussion Series on Jewish-Christian Dialogue
Reminder on Eagle One Cards
Church In the 21st Century Update
'Life on Death Row' Talk Is Feb. 5
Series Discusses Religion, Literary Ties
Annual GYRO Program Features Paul Robeson Jr. as Guest Speaker
BC Club Fifth Anniversary Fete is March 1



Photo: Fire Safety Forum

Changed Land, Changed Views--Irish landscape is focus of upcoming McMullen Museum exhibition
Faculty Composer Brings a New Setting to Old Hymn--Thomas Oboe Lee to premiere 'Stabat Mater 2002' on Feb. 2
A One-Man Jesuit Resource--In cyberspace or in person, Fr. Conlan aims to help BC learn about Jesuit spirituality
University History Now On-line
An Education in Investment--CSOM's Sannella has been a pioneer in school banking programs
Derber to Discuss His New Book on Globalization
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