The Boston College Chronicle

Nov. 26, 2003 Vol. 12, No. 7

COLD STROKES--The Boston College women's crew team braved chilly temperatures and strong winds in the "Foot of the Charles" event on Nov. 15, facing representatives from other New England colleges and universities on the Charles River. It was the last competition of the fall season for the Eagles, who will return to racing March 20, when they travel to Camden, N.J. for the Jesuit Invitational. (Photo by Gary Gilbert)

Two Rhodes Are a First for BC

Senior and 2003 grad among recipients of prestigious scholarship

Brett T. Huneycutt '03 of Scottsdale, Ariz., and Paul A. Taylor '04 of Elm Grove, Wis., have become Boston College's first-ever Rhodes Scholars.

BC Experts Mull Gay Marriage Decision

Same-sex marriage may not be supported by a majority of Americans, but nothing less than full marriage-rights for homosexuals may be acceptable to the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, whose landmark Goodridge decision has set off tremors that will be felt across the American political landscape through the 2004 presidential election and beyond, Boston College observers say.

Medals to Mid-terms, She's On the Beam

Ex-Olympic gymnast Shannon Miller leaps into a new challenge as a BC Law student

No one has cleared as many vaults on the way to Boston College Law School.

New View of an Old Tradition--Internet offers BC students way to explore history of rhetoric
Armstrong Chosen as Head of Institutional Research
McAleer, Biographer of Stout and Emerson, Dies at 80
Forum on 'ePublishing' Dec. 11
A 'Winter Wonderland' Coming to Newton Campus on Dec. 7
Kempa Adds a Marshall Scholarship to His Credits
Retreat Sign-up Deadline is Dec. 5
Former Service Award Winner William Chadwick Dies
Eagles Nest Express Service a Time-saver for Faculty, Staff

Photo: Chief Executive
Celebrating Faith and Service
--Ten BC Jesuits mark their jubilees in Society of Jesus and priesthood
'It Is Still a Life That Is Good, Beautiful, Joyful'--After all these years, he finds God's call is stronger than ever
Keeping Up the Good Fight--At 80, Seldon is not ready to stop teaching about the ills of racism
Liturgies, Musical Events Ring in Holiday Season


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