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Novenmber 5, 2004 • Volume 13 Number 5

   

A TRICKY TREAT - The Boston College Office of Residential Life last week hosted 100 second and third-graders from the Thomas Gardner Elementary School in Boston for a "Haunted Heights" Halloween festival. In addition to trick-or-treating in the Mods and going through a "haunted house" set up in Greycliff Hall, the children and their BC student hosts attended a Halloween carnival in the Vanderslice Hall Cabaret Room, where the activities included the "doughnut-on-a-string" challenge. (Photo by Lee Pellegrini)

An Election for the Ages

Faculty say focus on values key in mustering Republican votes. More.

Boston College students energized by the campaign of 2004

Those who searched for meaningful trends in the 2004 election need have looked no than the BC branch of the US Postal Service in McElroy Commons. More.

An Alum's Presidential Bid Falls Short

The 2004 election drew special scrutiny at BC, the alma mater of Democratic nominee US Sen. John F. Kerry (D-Mass.). More.

Carrying on a Carmine Hose Celebration

Red Sox championship fever grips Hub - and Boston College, too. More.

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