The Boston College Chronicle

Oct. 3, 2002 Vol. 11, No. 3

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September Goes Out with a "Pop"

This past weekend saw the 10th annual "Pops on the Heights," featuring performances by the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra and conductor Bruce Hangen (above), with guest vocalists Lisa Vroman and Howard McGillin (below), who sang a medley of Broadway show tunes, as well as the Boston College University Chorale and other student groups. The sold-out concert also served as a kick-off for Parents Weekend, which included an assortment of events offered to familiarize parents and families with the University. More photos here. (Fay Foto).

Intersections Project Adds New Features for 2002-03

Mentoring program, one-credit course are among the offerings

The fall semester has seen several refinements to the University's Intersections project, which aims to help undergraduates discern their possible vocations.

Early Closing on Oct. 10

Boston College administrative offices will close at 3 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 10, because of the nationally televised BC-Virginia Tech football game taking place in Alumni Stadium at 7:45 p.m., the Human Resources Department has announced.

A Whole New Menu for Dining Services

With the renovation of one dining facility this past summer and the recent opening of a new eatery on Lower Campus, Boston College Dining Services continues to diversify its offerings to the University community.

What's New in Chronicle?
AHANA Office Looks Ahead--Renovations completed, office now aims to renew its mission
Board Assesses Fiscal Status, Picks Connors as Chairman
Law School Set Record for Fund-raising in FY2002
Church in the 21st Century Update
Symposium Looks at Art and Politics in South Asia
BC Hillel President Lerman Earns National Award
Moakley Professor Is Honored
BC Police Officers Go on the Road for Charity
CSOM's Kane Shares National Association of Business Honor
Virtual Data Center Offers Access to Statistical Research

Photos: Pops and Parents

Photo: President's Brunch

Two for the Show at McMullen This Fall--Exhibitions offer images of American West, "lost" self-portraits of pre-war German artists
A Law School Faculty Member Takes His Research to the Streets--Robert Bloom examines that old street code, 'Thou Shalt Not Rat'
Remembering Good Music, and Good Friends--Irish Studies musicians pay tribute to tradition, and to those who have helped pass it along
Chronicling Nkosi's Legacy --BC student produces film on young AIDS victim's struggle
Reaching Out to a New Nation--University administrator brought ministry to war-torn East Timor

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