The Boston College Chronicle

Nov. 14, 2002 Vol. 11, No. 6

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PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE-More than 100 members of the Boston College community attended the annual Veteran's Day Remembrance Ceremony on Nov. 11 in Gasson 100. As part of the event, students representing the University's ROTC program modeled US Army uniforms from different eras: (L-R) Joseph Marik '06 (Vietnam), Rory McGovern '05 (World War II), William Wicks '06 (World War I) and Ryan Mahoney '06 (Korea). (Photo by Lee Pellegrini)

Offices to Begin Receiving New Computers Next Week

Distribution phase is expected to continue through December

The first of some 3,000 new computers are expected to arrive next week in Boston College offices as the Information Technology initiative Desktop 2003 begins its latest phase.

Scientists Envision Progress in Nanotechnology

NSF grant boosting efforts of Physics, Chemistry researchers

ing a million-dollar grant to devise microscopes smaller than a human hair that can return images of the tiniest components of human DNA or the smallest defects in computer semiconductors.

Lessons Learned with 'A Foot in Two Worlds'

Being a cancer patient helped her become a better nurse, says CSON's DeMarco

Asst. Prof. Rosanna DeMarco (CSON) recalls the shock she felt three years ago when she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer, and the range of other emotions, like fear and anxiety, leading up to her surgery.

Study: Elders' Race a Factor in Child Care --Researchers find black grandmothers less burdened by role as primary caregivers
CSOM's Fr. McGowan Joins State Panel on Gaming
IRA Expert Ed Moloney to Speak On Campus Nov. 20
Fulbright Activity Boosts BC Global Reputation--International scholars pursue diversity of projects at University
More Funding for Retirement Center
BC Scholars Laud Campus Visit By Vatican Envoy to Jews
Church in the 21st Century Update
Series Spotlights BC Authors
Fellowship Is Latest Honor for Grad Chemistry Student
Former A&S Dean, English Faculty Member Hughes Dies
Nov. 18 Service for 2002 Alumna

Photo: Eagle Sightings

Photo: Duet

Playing It Smart with Money--BC Law's Cunningham is a voice of caution in volatile financial world
Taking Another Route--Japanese native Kameda chose a different path; now she urges others to expand their horizons
Centuries Later, Jesuit Opera Gets Encore Performance
In Their Own Words--Oral History Project seeks to tell BC's story through the people who helped make it happen
Tales from the Rust Belt--A legendary bluesman. A female boxer. To Carlo Rotella, they symbolize urban change
Tracking World Trade--Political scientist Deese takes the long view in assessing global market

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