University Hosts distribute programs, welcome guests, answer questions and give directions at the stadium, Conte Forum and the Flynn Recreation Complex. Lunch will be provided.
Employees interested in signing up should e-mail Lonabocker (firstname.lastname@example.org) with their names, campus addresses, phone numbers, e-mail addresses and any preferences for where they would like to be assigned. Lonabocker will convey individual assignments, and the date and location of an optional informational meeting.
The Boston College Psychoanalytic Forum will sponsor a symposium titled "Aggression: Drive or ...?" on Saturday, April 13, beginning at 9 a.m. in Fulton 511.
University Professor of Psychoanalysis William Meissner, SJ, MD, will introduce the symposium and present a lecture, "Aggressions Old and New." Ana-Maria Rizzuto, MD, will speak on the topic "I Always Hurt the One I Love - and Like It," and Dan Buie, MD, will present "Aggression in Everyday Analytic Practice." The symposium will also feature a discussion between Alfred Margulies, MD, and Arnold Modell, MD, followed by an open discussion.
For more information, call ext. 3891.
"Images of Conflict: The Photography of Daniel Eldon," an exhibit of the work of the photojournalist killed while on assignment in Somalia in 1993, is on exhibit at the Burns Library through April 24.
The exhibit includes images Eldon made in Somalia and other African countries. It is open Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The Fulton Debating Society will hold its annual Prize Debate on Thursday, April 25 at 7 p.m. in Gasson 305. The Prize Debate, a tradition at Boston College for over 100 years, will feature a debate on "Resolved: That the United States Should Station US Troops on the Golan Heights."
The debaters will be seniors Steve Bazyl and William Macey, junior Gregory Connor and freshman Jennifer Kennedy.
In addition, the society will honor Executive Vice President Frank B. Campanella with its Fultonian of the Year Award.
The event is open to the Boston College community.
The Buildings and Grounds Department has issued a reminder for academic and administrative departments on the proper disposal of recyclable paper.
Each office is supplied with a gray bin for disposal of office paper. Acceptable types of paper for these bins include: adding machine tape, business forms, colored paper, computer paper, envelopes, file folders, graph paper, junk mail, machine copies, self-adhesive notes, stationary or letterhead, tablet sheets, window envelopes, white or manila folders and white paper.
The blue bins, generally located on main entrance levels, are for the disposal of newspapers, magazines and telephone books.
The recycling of cardboard has increased on campus and dumpsters especially for its disposal are located at various sites around campus. Employees are asked to break down boxes before dropping them in the dumpsters.
Finally, food wrappers and plates, napkins, paper towels, photographic paper, blueprints, and toilet and facial tissue are not recyclable.
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