The Boston College Chronicle

Sept. 21, 1995

Vol. 4, No. 2



Record Applications Yield High Quality Class of '99

Top C.E.O.s Dedicate Fulton

Ford's Trotman Looks to Global Market

At a Crossroads

Faculty Help Newton Restructure

S.O.E. Hosts School Superintendents

B.C. Among Best Teaching Universities

Doctoral Programs Show Gains Since '82

G.S.S.W. Seeks to Reform Adoption System

Trustees O.K. Concept for New 'Recplex'

Board of Trustees Elects New Members

Board Names Committees

A History of Death

'Senior Plant Historian' Retires After 44 Years

Annual Mass Is Set

Sabbaticals, Grants Available for '96-97

Irish Festival to Begin Sept. 29


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