The Boston College Chronicle

Oct. 31, 2002 Vol. 11, No. 5

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SONG AND DANCE-The cast of "Godspell" during a run-through of the show last week in the Robsham Theater Bonn Studio. Performances of the student production took place Oct. 24-26. (Photo by Lee Pellegrini)

Theology, Philosophy Majors on the Rise

Communication remains most popular choice of BC undergraduates

Theology and philosophy, two traditional pillars of Catholic and Jesuit education, are enjoying a resurgence of interest among Boston College undergraduates, according to enrollment figures.

A Closer Look at Church, State and Society

Boisi Center offers seminar on American religion for Muslims

The months since Sept. 11 have seen frequent public discussion - and concern - about negative or distorted views of America voiced in some Islamic countries. But a recent Boston College initiative suggests that cultivating a more realistic and positive image of America among Muslims abroad is by no means impossible.

Stepping Inside Boston College's Legendary House of Mystery

Haunted or not, there is more to O'Connell House than a bunch of ghost stories

Halloween may come on Oct. 31 for everyone else, but it's a yearlong phenomenon for Boston College students living in O'Connell House, which some say might be BC's very own haunted mansion.

No Injuries in Edmonds Hall Blaze
Nurse Anesthesia Program Established--Connell School to launch master of science degree program in January
University Solves Security Breach, Suspends Student
Cardinal Kasper Visits Nov. 6
Church in the 21st Century Update
BC United Way Campaign Starts
University Honors Two for Community Service Efforts
Veterans' Remembrance Mass and Ceremony Is Nov. 11
Globalization Series Is Underway
BC to Host Regional Meeting on Environmental Safety
Weston Observatory Hosts Geology Conference
Mass for Jesuit Jubilarians Nov. 7

Photo: Hello to Hizonner

Lynch School Celebrates 50th
BC Students Take Part in 'Grateful Nation' Project
Final Tribute for a Scholar--Perspectives co-founder Fr. Fortin's reputation went well beyond BC


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