Nov. 2, 2006 • Volume 15 Number 5


Boston College students pitched in to help local residents clean up around the Chestnut Hill Reservoir on Oct. 22. (L-R) Jeremy Schiel '08 and his twin brother, Ryan '08, gave Richard McFeters of Brighton a hand with a landscaping project. (Photo by Frank Curran)

BC Forum Tackles Refugee Issues


HR Streamlines Hiring, Recruiting Procedures
Improvements also seen as bolstering diversity efforts


Political Capital
Personal wealth does not guarantee campaign success, says Steen



  • GSSW Initiative Seeks to Support Teaching, Research
  • New Employee Shuttle Service Debuts
  • BC a Top Fulbright Producer
  • C21 Series on Women and the Church to Continue
  • Jim Miller Dies; Helped Build Program's Profile
  • Joseph Chair Lecture on Africa
  • Veterans' Day Event Nov. 11

  • Stories of the 'Cartoneros'--For his first film, Romance Languages professor turns the lens on his native country and finds a complex, and troubling, hidden economy
  • CSOM's Barry Earns Honor from National Business Magazine
  • Senior Rediscovers an Appreciation for Math, Sets New Career Path
  • Taking a Leftward Look at the 1960s Legacy
  • BC Scenes: Only a Test
  • Looking Ahead:
    A Not-So-Distant Future
    Ceilidh the Night Away
  • Postings
  • Around Campus
  • Nota Bene