The Boston College Chronicle

Dec. 11, 2003 Vol. 12, No. 8

SEASON'S MEETING--They may be a little big to sit on his lap, but these Boston College students were quite happy to welcome a special visitor to last Friday's annual Christmas tree-lighting on O'Neill Plaza. It was not immediately known if the weekend's snowstorm, which dropped up to two feet of snow in the Boston area, delayed the jolly guest's return to the North Pole. (Photo by Gary Gilbert)

University Has Interest in Buying Archdiocese Property

The University hopes to purchase more than 27 acres of land that the Boston Archdiocese has offered for sale across the street from the Boston College campus in Brighton.

Newton Appeal of Middle Campus Project Is Denied

Litigation over, BC now plans review of project needs and goals

The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court announced on Nov. 26 that it has denied the City of Newton's application for further appellate review regarding Boston College's proposed Middle Campus project.

Making Childhood Safe for Children

GSSW's Garbarino has advice for schools and parents: Get out from under the lamppost

One glance at his McGuinn Hall office says an awful lot about Prof. James Garbarino (GSSW).

On Campus, a Season for Giving

Members of the University community wishing to help the less fortunate during the holiday season need look no further than the Boston College campus for giving opportunities.

LSOE Lands $1m Grant--New Balance funds health program for BC-Boston schools partnership
Law School Mourns Death of Student Arthur Harris
Scientists Scott, Naughton, Kelley Honored
'Dancer's Christmas' and 'Children's Irish Christmas' This Weekend
Fifth Straight Bowl Game Caps Fall Sports Season--Soccer, field hockey, cross-country teams add to list of achievements

Photo: Making Acquaintance
Photo: An Acoustic Christmas
A Center for Serving, and Learning
--Ex-Campus Ministry staffer eager to lead new volunteerism resource
Economics at BC Has Distinctly Italian Accent
FORUM--The media can show us the best, as well as the worst, human qualities, says Prof. John Michalczyk (Fine Arts)


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