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February 19, 2004 • Volume 12 Number 11


HOPE IN A BASKET--Teams of students from Boston College and other Eastern Massachusetts schools helped raise more than $15,000 for cancer research in the inaugural "Hoops for Hope" benefit basketball competition held Feb. 14 and 15 in the Flynn Recreation Complex. Fifty-six four-person teams took part in the tournament, which was organized by a group of BC students, with approximately 90 volunteers assisting in the event. (Photo by Justin Knight)

BC to Host Fourth Finance Summit

Greenspan, Comcast and Yahoo! heads top the list of keynote speakers

Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan will join several of the nation's key economic, business and technology leaders on campus March 12 for the Boston College Finance Conference, an event that has become one of the foremost economic convocations in the United States.

Despite Virus Scares, No Turning Back on Technology

Faculty and staff more willing to embrace risks, rewards of computers

During the transfer of University e-mail accounts to a new server a few years ago, Information Technology Executive Director Mary Corcoran encountered a rare pocket of resistance to the academic technology revolution.

They're One Terrific Group of 'Buddies'

Campus School Volunteers looking to build on their success

The Campus School Volunteers are confident they can top the record $105,000 they raised last year to benefit the Boston College Campus School's mentally and physically handicapped students.