May 27, 2004 • Volume 12 Number 18
June events on tap
-From June 3 to 6 Boston College alumni will return to campus to celebrate Reunion 2004.Highlights will include an address by University President William Leahy, SJ, seminars, dances, receptions, cocktail parties, class celebrations and other events. For more information call ext.2-4700 or see /friends/alumni/.
-The Boston premiere of "Bloom," a film based on James Joyce's epic Ulysses will be presented in two free screenings on June 16 - the 100th anniversary of Bloomsday, the day when fictional hero Leopold Bloom (played by Stephen Rea) embarks on his odyssey through the urban landscape of Dublin. Sponsored by Boston College Magazine and the Center for Irish Studies and co-sponsored by the English Department and the Film Studies Program, screenings of "Bloom" will be held at 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. in Devlin 008. Reservations are required. Call ext.2-4820.
-A June 17 seminar, "Keeping Your Kids Computer-Safe," hosted by Support Services Executive Director Mary Corcoran and Director of Computer Policy and Security David Escalante will take place at 1 p.m. in Higgins 310. In addition, Information Technology Services will offer tutorials on computer applications all next month for BC faculty and staff members. See www.bc.edu/training.
-Selected Programs for Improving Catholic Education (SPICE) will hold its annual "Conversations in Excellence" symposium June 25-27 at BC. The symposium, which showcases successful Catholic school programs, will focus this year on early childhood education and include presentations and discussions on professional development, assessment, religious formation and other subjects.
For updates on summer campus events, visit BCInfo. •