The Boston College Chronicle

Oct. 17, 2002 Vol. 11, No. 4

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SPIRIT IN THE NIGHT-Boston College fans cheer on the Eagles during last Thursday night's BC-Virginia Tech game in Alumni Stadium, which the Eagles lost 28-23. This year's football season has seen the debut of the popular FanFest program, which offers pre-game activities for fans of all ages. (Photo by Lee Pellegrini)

A Golden Year for Lynch School

LSOE to celebrate its 50th year on Oct. 24

As the Lynch School of Education prepares to celebrate its golden anniversary on Oct. 24, the school's faculty, administration, alumni and partners in education are taking a fond look back at LSOE's first half-century.

Bachelor of Arts? Or Science? It's All a Matter of Degrees

What's the difference between a bachelor of arts and bachelor of science degree?

Rescued Torah Finds New Home at BC

Donation of sacred scroll 'a huge first' for BC's Jewish community

A Torah rescued by a Catholic priest from a Polish synagogue burned by the Nazis in 1939 has found a new home at Boston College, thanks to the generosity of a BC alumnus.

Yale Richmond '43 donated the Torah, given to him by a Polish priest who had rescued it from a burning synagogue in 1939.

BC Authors Earn Book Honors
University Strengthens Effort to Boost Carpooling
Church in the 21st Century Update
Graduate Nursing Student Is Awarded Ford Fellowship
Gardner School Receives Award
Nursing Lecture on 'Ground Zero'
Admission Director Earns Writing Honor
Geologist Hepburn Joins Council

Photo: Classic Western

Photo: Paint Job

Race, Religion and One Family's Story--BC's James O'Toole unravels the history of the Healys in his new book Passing for White
New FanFest Program Is a Winner with Football Fans
CGSOM Program Spanning the Globe--Faculty and students get a first-hand look at current business trends in Asia and Europe
McNally: A Showman, Yes, But a Scholar Most of All


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