The Boston College Chronicle

Nov. 27, 2002 Vol. 11, No. 7

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FEAST FOR THE AGES-The Boston College Children's Center got an early jump on this year's Thanksgiving celebration with a Nov. 13 luncheon for kids and parents in the Conte Forum Shea Room, which included a performance by John McDonough of Pumpernickel Puppets. The University will close at 3 p.m. today for the Thanksgiving holiday. (Photo by Lee Pellegrini)

Three Departments Set for Move to Lower Campus

History, Economics and Communication will relocate by New Year's

The new Lower Campus Administration Building will welcome its first academic tenants next month, when the Communication, History and Economics departments are scheduled to move into the building, which opened on a limited basis last summer.

GSSW Lands Noted Author, Child Expert Garbarino

Child psychologist James Garbarino, a widely read author and frequent commentator on child mistreatment, youth violence, school bullying and harassment, and the limits of parental influence, will join the Graduate School of Social Work faculty next summer.

There's (Still) No Place Like Home for Them

A handful of undergrads choosing to live with their families keep alive BC's commuter legacy

No, they say, they've never considered themselves a rare breed, or a link to the BC of previous generations. But that is exactly what Boston College undergraduates Shannon Starck, Kerri Milligan, Roger Randall and Nora Kaleshian are, on both counts.

Working and Playing for Peace--BC freshman's efforts at teaching non-violence draw national attention
Institute Offers Inside Look at American Election Campaign
Scheduled Power Outage on Friday
Retreat to Be Held in January
Soccer Team in NCAA Match Today
Former BC, Law Alumni Director Sheila McGovern Dies at 65
Mathematicians Take Part in State and National Initiatives
Scholarship Reception is Dec. 5

Photo: Story in Song

A Critical Perspective on the 'Net--Communication's Elmer sees Napster, Zapatistas as key links in history of Internet technology
A Year of Transition for College Bound--Successful LSOE program is searching for a new director
A Musical Donation for Burns
Fr. Barth Makes Return to Recording Studio
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